Celebrating 100 Years of The Holy Trinity Parish

Looking Back

On November 11, 1923, the Trustees and Pastor of the Armenian Community of Boston purchased their first House of Worship in the city of Boston and formally established the Holy Trinity Armenian Church. 

Holy Trinity on Shawmut Ave was the first Armenian Church in Boston. The building was a former public library, the building underwent major renovations to resemble the atmosphere of an Armenian Church

Rev. Father Papken Maksoudian, who assumed the pastorate of the Church in 1952, led the effort to build a new Church that was more conveniently located to its parishioners and was constructed in the style of traditional Armenian architecture. 

On September 17, 1961, the day of the Feast of the Exaltation of the Holy Cross, the Church on Brattle Street in Cambridge was consecrated and is the church we gather in today.

One hundred years later we celebrate our past and look ahead toward our next 100 years… 

For more information about the history of the parish click here

Holy Trinity Armenian Church on Shawmut Ave in Boston MA 1923

Fast forward to today…
we invite you to join us in celebrating 100 years of our parish

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