Armenian Apostolic Church

Schedule of Worship Services

Every Sunday:                                              Psalm at 8:15 am, Morning Service at 9 am, Holy Badarak at 10 am

Every first Saturday:                                     Vespers- Kirakamtits at 5 pm

Every first Wednesday:                                 Prayer for the Healing at 8 pm

Every third Wednesday:                               Intercessory Prayer Service at 8 pm

Every last Sunday:                                       Children’s Sunday (Holy Badarak with children’s confession and                                                                                     children’s sermon)

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St James Armenian Church
816 Clark Street, Evanston IL 60201
TEL: 847-864-6263
office@stjamesevanston.org

 

Schedule of Worship Services during Great Lent

Wednesday, March 6 7:00 PM – Peace Service, Prayers for Healing, Lenten potluck supper

Wednesday, March 13 7:00 PM – Peace and Rest Services, Lenten potluck supper

Wednesday, March 20 7:00 PM – Peace and Rest Services, Lenten potluck supper

Tuesday, March 26 7:00 PM – Peace and Rest Services, Lenten potluck supper

Tuesday, April 2 7:00 PM – Peace Service, Prayers for Healing, Lenten potluck supper

Wednesday, April 10 7:00 PM – Peace and Rest Services, Lenten potluck supper

 

Saturday, April 6 (1st Saturday of the month) 5:00 PM – Vespers- Kirakamteets

 

 

St. James Armenian Church welcomes you to our website!

We are here to serve our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ and to minister to His people where they are. Come as you are – come now! This is a church where you will EXPERIENCE THE LORD.

Much information about the church is located on the various tabs under the category tabs above. 

Diocesan Mission Statement

The mission of the Armenian Apostolic Orthodox Church is to preach the Gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ and to proclaim its message of salvation. This mission is realized through worship, education, witness, service, and the common life in Christ as expressed in the distinctive faith-experience of the Armenian people. All members of the Armenian Church—both clergy and lay—are called to participate fully in its mission.