St. John

Armenian Church

of Greater Detroit

Very Rev. Fr. Aren Jebejian, pastor

Weekly Church e-Bulletin

Sunday, March 31, 2024



Morning Service - 9:00am

Divine Liturgy - 9:45am

Click HERE to read the Sunday Bulletin



Saturday, March 30th

Great and Holy Saturday

Reading of Scriptures - 4:00pm

Divine Liturgy - Jrakalooyts - 5:00pm

Church School Easter Supper

Sunday, March 31st

Easter Sunday

Morning Service - 9:00am

Divine Liturgy - 9:45am

Monday, April 1st

Merelotz/Requiem Service - 11:00am

Monday, April 1st

Bible Study - 7:00pm

Tuesday, April 2nd

Tuesday Lunch Club - Noon

Tuesday, April 2nd

Western Armenian Language Classes - 4:30pm & 6:00pm

Thursday, April 4th

Hye Doon Monthly Social - 7:00pm

Saturday, April 6th

Volunteer Day at World Medical Relief - 1:00pm

Thursday, April 18th

Adult Catechism - 7:00pm

with Bishop Mesrop Parsamyan

Saturday, April 20th

ACYOA Bishop's 5K Run - 8:30am

Saturday, April 20th

Vespers & Acolyte Ordinations - 6:00pm

Sunday, April 21st

Espisopal Divine Liturgy

and Sub-Deacon Ordinations - 9:45am

Luncheon Following Divine Liturgy

No Church School Classes on Easter Sunday.

Come Worship at Divine Liturgy With Your Family.

Church School Calendar
Church School Registration


A Living Hope: Bishop Mesrop’s Easter Message

In his Easter message, Diocesan Primate Bishop Mesrop Parsamyan considers Christ’s Resurrection, and sees in it a “Living Hope” that that gives meaning to history—and to our own lives.


Bishop Mesrop writes: “Christ’s Resurrection is the cornerstone of our faith: the beacon of hope that illuminates life in the darkest of times. It’s the divine assurance that there is always the promise of renewal and redemption—no matter what we face in this life.”


“When you’re struggling with your job; when you’re facing challenges in your relationships; when you’re battling illness or despair—at every low and high point in life, the power of Christ’s resurrection is a constant source of strength, hope, and new beginnings.”


“The real question every human being must face,” the Primate affirms, “is whether or not to accept the power of the Resurrection, by accepting Christ’s sacrifice.”


Click here to read the Primate’s Easter message, in English and Armenian.

And throughout the coming days, please share the message of Easter with your loved ones: Krisdos haryav ee merelots!

2023 Stewardship pledge payments were due on December 31. If you did not pay your 2023 Stewardship, please contact the church office.

2024 Stewardship pledge cards have been mailed -- please complete and return to the church office. If you were not a steward in 2023, please contact the church office and we will mail you a pledge card.

Why Should We Become Stewards?

To have a church for prayer and educational, cultural, and spiritual growth

To meet our parishioners' needs

To maintain our facilities

To ensure our church for generations

To support all of the wonderful programs and ministries listed in this bulletin

To have a voice in electing our church leaders

Your annual stewardship commitment will help sustain our parish and contribute towards its growth. If you like what St. John's does in our commmunity, and want to ensure that future generations of our families will always have a place of worship to call their home in the years ahead, please support us by becoming a Steward.

If you have questions or are unsure of your stewardship status, please call the church office - 248-569-3405. Thank you!

Stewardship Pledge Card
   Stewarship Payment   


No matter what age or interest, we have summer youth programs designed to provide fun, fellowship, and Christian education for our parish youth.

Click HERE for a full listing of information

Did you know you can support St. John Armenian Church every time you shop at Kroger?

If you use a Kroger Shopper's Card, just follow these simple instructions to link your card to the Kroger Community Rewards program. Kroger will give back a percentage of the total you spend on groceries each week to the church.

  • Go to and log into your online account (or create an online account with your Shopper's Card number)
  • Click Account and then My Account at the top right of the screen
  • Click Community Rewards
  • Search and select St. John's Armenian Church; or search for our Organization Number QY207

That's all you have to do to help support your church

every time you shop at Kroger.

St. John Armenian Church

22001 Northwestern Highway, Southfield, MI 48075

(248) 569-3405 |

Pastor: Very Rev. Fr. Aren Jebejian

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