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If you wish to have a Requiem Meal to honor the memory of your loved one who has fallen asleep in the Lord, please approach the Women’s Guild Board.
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Our Current Location
St. Sarkis Armenian Church
1805 Random Rd., Carrollton, TX 75006
Location of Our Future Church
4421 Charles St., Carrollton, TX 75010
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Note: The retreat will be held at our current church's location: 1805 Random Road, Carrollton, TX 75006 and NOT at the new property.
Come and enjoy an evening of harmonic piano and santour music on March 24, from 7:00-9:00 pm. The great Armenian musicians Hamayag Hovhanessian and Sarkis Petrosyan will perform in Kechejian Hall where light fare and beverages will be offered. Tickets are $20 or $25 (including a $5 coupon for a glass of wine) in advance and $35 at the door. For more information, please contact Hamlet Sarokhanian at 469-203-2974. To preorder your tickets, please contact Kristine DeGuzman at firstname.lastname@example.org or RSVP here and save your spot.
Happy News Starts with the Foundation!!
More than 400 truckloads of dirt was brought to the new property to begin the foundation work for our New St. Sarkis. Father Ghevond was onsite to capture this event and the pictures below tell the story. We will continue to update you with the construction progress primarily through this eNewsletter and other regular communications sent to the community in general.
Upcoming Requiem Services
NEW AT ST. SARKIS ARMENIAN ORTHODOX CHURCH!!!
Dear community members,
We are proud to announce that Circle of Joy is advancing its format! Beside being a group of families who come together for playdates (according to the ages of children) or other fun activities to creates friendships between mothers, fathers and between children in a fun and enjoyable atmosphere, it is also reaching out to the community members who may need support during difficult times.
This family-oriented group is starting a new program, called Food For Soul. The idea is to deliver meals to community members such as new moms, faithful who have had surgeries or parishioners who are in general need of a good nutritious meal. Volunteers will deliver food to the recipients' house (they should not to stay or enter the home, but just drop off the meal at the door).
Recipients may request dinners on specific days of the week or throughout the one or two week period (depending upon the situation and recipient's needs). Volunteers will sign up to deliver the food through a specially created, personal calendar that will have all the details and necessary information.