Tavlian School Students Visit the Prelacy


On Thursday, March 20, 2014, Levon and Hasmig Tavlian School Pre-K and Kindergarten students visited the Prelacy, accompanied by Director, Mrs. Helen Manoucherian, teachers, and parents. Upon their arrival, the students were greeted by H.
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E. Archbishop Moushegh Mardirossian, Prelate, who was joined by Archpriest Fr. Nareg Pehlivanian and Rev. Fr. Boghos Baltayan.

The visit began with prayer at “St. Dertad and St. Ashkhen” Chapel, where the students joined in the singing of the Lord’s Prayer.  The Prelate and clergy also sang a Sunrise Service hymn.

A cultural program presented by the students followed at “Dikran and Zarouhie Der Ghazarian” Hall.  Accompanied on the piano by their music teacher, Mrs. Suzy Pashayan, the students opened the program with “America the Beautiful” and the Armenian national anthem.  The Kindergarten class first performed a series of songs and recitations, followed by Pre-Kindergarten students.  The theme of the program was Armenia, being good children, and springtime.

The visit continued at “Sulahian” Reception Hall, where the Prelate held a “meeting” with the students, much to their amusement.  His Eminence spoke to the students about what it means to be children of the Armenian nation and children of Christ, and encouraged them to always speak Armenian and be good Christian Armenians so that when they get older they can become the leaders of our church and nation.  At the conclusion of the “meeting”, the students “voted” and unanimously adopted three resolutions; (1) that they will be good Armenians, (2) that they will always be thankful to their parents and teachers for all they provide, and (3) that they will always give thanks to God for all His blessings.  Addressing the parents and teachers, the Prelate stressed that it is their responsibility to implement these decisions.

The Prelate expressed joy at the students’ visit and commended their beautiful program.  He prayed and wished for God to bless them abundantly, and urged the Director, teachers, and parents to continue instructing our children with the same love and dedication.  Prayer cards were then distributed to the students.  Mrs. Manoucherian presented a gift to the Prelate, a handmade Armenian souvenir.  His Eminence presented a gift as well, a memento representing “faith, hope, and love”, to be hung in the school.  On behalf of the administration, parents, and students, Mrs. Manoucherian thanked the Prelate for the gift and for the opportunity of the visit.

The students were then given a tour of the headquarters and familiarized with the Prelacy’s staff and endeavors.

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