The Governor has revised social distancing guidelines, calling for a maximum 40% capacity in houses of worship.
Although this expands our ability to seat the faithful, we want to ensure your comfort and safety during Badarak. Attendance will continue to be by reservation only.
To make a reservation, please fill out the online reservation form using the link above, or contact the Church Office at 617.354.0632 or firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday at noon.
Thank you to our Unite in Defense of Artsakh Fundraiser Donors!
The year 2020 brought Armenians unimaginable pain. Amid the fog of a global pandemic, on September 27, 2020, the borders of Artsakh were attacked without justification. Armenians living in the region have suffered the horrors of war, loss of loved ones and tens of thousands have been displaced as part of an ethnic cleansing campaign.
Thank you to our Parishioners and Friends for answering the call of our Motherland and donating to Holy Trinity Church’s Unite in Defense of Artsakh Fundraiser… Learn more here
Featured moment: Der Vasken’s 25th Anniversary Celebration. On Saturday, November 9, 2019, the Holy Trinity family celebrated the ministry of Fr. Vasken by honoring his 25th Anniversary of Ordination to the Holy Order of Priesthood. Our parish and friends filled MIT’s Samberg Center, as the glittering Boston skyline dazzled in the background. The evening’s program included a “fireside chat” where attendees were able to hear Fr. Vasken speak off the cuff and answer personal questions about faith, family, challenging moments, and triumphs. The warmth and joy in the room were a perfect tribute to a man who touches all of our lives… View photos of the event here
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