Our Church

Bible Study

Learning about the Bible or “Breadth of God” as it is called in Armenian and embracing is saving message is a duty and pleasure for the faithful of the Armenian Apostolic Church. To facilitate the understanding of the faithful, Armenian Apostolic Church of Holy Trinity hosts bible study sessions on a weekly basis. The sessions are led by The Very Reverend Nerses Harutyunyan and usually about 1 hour long, they are also a pleasant time to have fellowship and get to know one another. Meeting dates are announced via our calendar.

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Deacons and Altar Servers

The Deacons and Altar servers partake in Sunday Holy Mass. Deacons are chosen from those who display a desire for a more intimate union with our Lord and God, Jesus Christ.

“Deacons likewise must be dignified, not double-tongued, not addicted to much wine, not greedy for dishonest gain. They must hold the mystery of the faith with a clear conscience. And let them also be tested first; then let them serve as deacons if they prove themselves blameless. Their wives likewise must be dignified, not slanderers, but sober-minded, faithful in all things. Let deacons each be the husband of one wife, managing their children and their own households well.” (1 Timothy 3:8-13).

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Choir practice

Singing in the choir is an irreplaceable way to learn about the Divine Liturgy. It is also a beautiful way to become part of celebrating the Divine Liturgy and worshiping the Lord.

The choir practices on a weekly basis and we are always looking for new choir members of all ages. Beginners are always welcome and can sing at any level they feel comfortable.  For more details, please contact us.

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Church Committee

Councillors elected to the Church Council are entrusted to positions of responsibility as custodians and administrative managers of the Church of Holy Trinity. As stated in the Diocese of the Armenian Church of Australia & New Zealand By-Laws, councillors are expected to uphold their role with values and attitudes founded on Christian principles and in accordance with the doctrine of the Armenian Apostolic Church by:

  • Giving moral and financial support to the Church and Church social organisations for the promotion of religious, educational and cultural activities
  • Forming auxiliary Church groups, Church youth organisations, choir groups etc…
  • Welcoming and helping all people entering the Church
  • Ensure proper and regular performance of Church services
  • Supporting and addressing the interests of the Church and the people

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Ladies’ Auxiliary

The Ladies’ Auxiliary also referred to as ACLA are a group of dedicated ladies for the service of the Holy Trinity Church and the community. The group meets on a fortnightly basis at the church and plan activities, support the parish priest, parish council and manage events. The ACLA are always seeking for other women who are willing to join them!

Where: The Batmanian Church Hall at 26 Garfield St, Wentworthville. NSW 2145

Why: To help our Parish priest and the Armenian community

Our work: Weekly beverages and snacks after Mass and catering support for various church events

For more details, please contact us.