Last Monday evening, Dr Roberta Ervine gave a captivating lecture about how Armenians read the Bible. Using illustrations from the Armenian liturgy and sacred architecture, as well as surprising images from the teachings of the Church's greatvardapets, she challenged Armenian Christians to go deeper into their own tradition of mystical encounter with the divine Scriptures.
The lecture reached a live audience from Boston to Fresno, Minnesota to Florida. We are delighted by the enthusiastic response and look forward to producing more online lectures like this one, making St. Nersess' learning and teaching available to Armenians across the country—perhaps even across the world!
Our ability to continue these programs depends upon friends like you. As we approach the New Year, we are indeed grateful for our ongoing blessings, and we look to the next 50 years of St. Nersess' mission with renewed hope and vigor. This Christmas and New Year season, give us your prayers and your support.
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