About Our Church
Sunday Divine Liturgy is now
OPEN to Public Worship
- Note: Masks and hand sanitizer is mandatory-please bring your own.
- The elderly or those who are frail or symptomatic should stay home and stay safe.
Fr. Shnork’s latest sermon: Click here
On-line Services at Events:
Tuesday Evenings at 7:00pm. – Bible Studies
- Contact Fr. Shnork or Dn. Michael to receive the link to the online Zoom meeting. You will need to download Zoom Meeting app on your computer or other smart devices/phones in order to participate.
- Friday Evening at 7:30pm – Cultural Hour on Facebook Programming includes Meet the Doctors, and Culture, music, history, dance etc. streaming via Facebook/ZOOM.
- Der Shnork’s Youtube Station
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Ministries during the COVID-19 Pandemic
Divine Liturgy – While Services are now OPEN to the PUBLIC, they are Streamed via Facebook Live Celebrated on Sundays 10:00AM
- Divine Liturgy – Streamed via Facebook Live Sundays 10:00-11:30 AM
- Check weekly parish emails for links to virtual ministries
- Sign up for our e-mails (follow the “subscribe” link ).
- Virtual Bible Study – via Zoom led by Fr. Shnork (all are welcome)
- Outdoor Home Blessings – Note: If you would like us to visit your home please contact Fr. Shnork at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Book Study – “Mere Christianity” – via Zoom Led by Dn. Michael Sabounjian
- The office is now open on Fridays from 10-2pm. However, please call anytime at 401-272-7712 and we will return your call.
- Funerals can now be served in the church with limited seating only and baptisms by “special” consideration. (Please speak directly with the pastor, Fr. Shnork
Our mission is to spread the gospel of Jesus Christ.
The following account was taken from the church’s 75th Diamond Jubilee booklet and was written in 1988. It covers the years 1875 through 1988. As part of the preparations for the church’s 90th anniversary this article is being update to include the past 16 years. When completed, it will be posted here.
The Armenian settlement of Providence was an extension of the Worcester community. It is said that in 1875 Hagop Boghigian arrived in America and settled in Massachusetts. He wrote to his relatives and friends in the Old Country and informed them that there were many opportunities for work in Worcester.