Our Church

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We are located at 1184 Ocean Avenue, Elberon, NJ 07740. For more information click the link below.
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History of Our Church

Saint Stepanos Armenian Church was established in 1956, and was consecrated in 1987. The parish owns its permanent sanctuary.
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Story of Saint Stepanos

The Feast of Saint Stephen (Soorp Stepanosi Don) is a very special feast celebrated in the Armenian Church on December 25.
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Upcoming Events

Divine Liturgy Great Barekendan

26 Feb 2017 | 10:30 am
Join us in worship this Sunday Morning Service 9:30 AM Divine Liturgy 10:30 AM Following church services:
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Bible Study Class

02 Mar 2017 | 07:00 pm
We will conclude our study of Proverbs.   As with the other Chapters in Proverbs, I suggest that each of us pick out several verses in each Chapter 29-31 that are more meaningful to us and
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Lenten Dinner and Evening Service

03 Mar 2017 | 06:30 pm
St. Stepanos  Women’s Guild will be hosting the Lenten dinner: Ala Monokian, Iveta Pogosova, Shoghik Khachatryan, Eliza Minasyan, Silva Terjanian. Ofig Jidarian, Anna Harutunyan Donation:
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News

St. Stepanos Women’s Guild Learns how to make St. Sarkis Halva

On Sunday, January 22, 2017, the St. Stepanos Women’s Guild and friends gathered after church services for a cooking class led by member, Yester Garabedian. Mrs. Garabedian taught the attendants how to make St. Sarkis Halva. The class was timely as the feast day honoring St....
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Our 2017 Christmas Concert

The Second Sunday of the new calendar year brought upon the celebration of the Birth of Our Lord Jesus Christ, at St. Stepanos Armenian Church. After church services our annual Christmas Concert took place in the sanctuary. Mr. Armen Orbelyan, Master of Ceremonies, welcomed...
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St. Stepanos Armenian Church Celebrates the Birth of Our Lord Jesus Christ

The festivities and Christmas celebration began on Thursday evening, December 31, with our traditional New Year Eve party in our church hall. More than 50 families with their children of our parish attended. Mrs. Askhen Tadevosyan and her dedicated and tireless committee chaired...
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