For more information about any of our youth programs, please contact our office.
Open to youth ages 12 to 18, the ACYOA Juniors are active, energetic, fun-loving teenagers who enjoy coming together to share fellowship with one another, serve their church, and discover a practical way to apply their faith to their daily lives. They typically hold general membership meetings once a month on Sundays after church services and they always have a busy schedule of social, athletic, religious, educational, and community service events on weekends throughout the year. By building a strong sense of community and lifelong bonds, the ACYOA Juniors strengthen their attachment to the Armenian Church and their heritage. For further information, please contact Yn. Arpi Kouzouian, Youth Director, firstname.lastname@example.org.
The ACYOA Seniors have grown into one of the most active chapters within the Diocese. Our goal is to create a place where Armenian young adults in the greater Boston area can stay connected and come together, not only in Christian fellowship but also in worship, service, education, and witness. As the young adults of the parish, it is important for us to give back to our Church community, both as mentors to the youth and as a support to the parish. For further information, please contact Yn. Arpi Kouzouian, Youth Director, email@example.com.
The Sunday School helps our children develop a relationship with God and the Church, grow in their faith, and learn about their Christian Armenian religion, culture, and history in a fun-filled learning environment. Friendships forged in the Sunday School are further strengthened through participation in Diocesan programs such as St. Vartan Camp during the summer. Open to children ages 3 to 18 in preschool through grade 12, classes meet Sunday mornings from 10:30 am to 12:00 pm from September through June. New students are always welcome. For further information, please contact Yn. Arpi Kouzouian, Sunday School Superintendent, firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Armenian School has educated many generations of young Armenian students. The school today is proud to carry on the tradition, teaching children ages 6 to 15 the Armenian language in the eastern dialect as well as Armenian history, culture, and current events. The school organizes students by their levels of expertise and meets Sunday mornings September through June from 9:30 am to 11 am. New students, whether beginner or advanced, are always welcome. For further information, please contact Naira Balagyozian, Armenian School Administrator, email@example.com.
Trinity Kids Place
A summer day camp that welcomes children ages 3 to 9 for two weeks of faith building fun on the church grounds every August. The program allows the very youngest of the parish the opportunity to bond with one another and their Church.