"St. Nersess has prepared me for my upcoming ordination by providing me with a group of amazing academics and professors versed in our ancient Armenian Christian tradition. From the liturgical life of the church, learning both modern and classical Armenian languages, as well as pastoral skills, it is my belief that St. Nersess is the institution equipped, ready and willing to prepare students for service and priesthood in the Armenian Church in North America," stated Dn. Timothy.
For more information about the ordination, click here. Immediately following his ordination, Dn. Timothy will spend 40 days in seclusion and prayer at St. Nersess Seminary before returning to St. Mark Church as the new pastor. We pray that he, and his wife Julianne, have a fulfilling and successful ministry.