About Us

Parev, pari egak! We are glad you stopped by our home on the World Wide Web.

The Armenian Church of Nashville, Tennessee, USA was founded in 1996 and is an official member of The Diocese of the Armenian Church of America. Our membership base is small but growing. The community consists of Armenians from Armenia, Turkey, Iraq, Iran, Azerbaijan, Romania, Russia and other countries around the globe. Currently, Divine Liturgy (Soorp Badarak) is held at the Episcopal Church of the Advent  in Nashville once a month. The Diocese graciously sends a priest and other clergy to perform the services along with participation by local community members. The mass is followed by a gathering at the church hall where a feast is held with food brought by everyone. We are grateful to be able to have services held at Episcopal Church of the Advent but wish to have a church of our own at some point in the future. It is a difficult task, however with the Grace of God, that too may become a reality in the future.

In addition to our monthly Soorp Badarak service, we also have the Armenian Church of Nashville Community Social Gathering & Dinner event once a month.

Both the Soorp Badarak and social gathering events each month include Children's Sunday School, you can find out more about our Sunday School program here.

The Armenian Church of Nashville council members meet regularly to discuss organizational issues. We also have, throughout the year; picnics, holiday parties, and more. See our calendar for more information.

Please take a look around our site. If you are new to the Armenian culture, please check out the Armenian Information Center to learn more about us. If you would like to find out what we believe, visit here. You can email us at info@armenianchurchofnashville.org  for any questions, etc.. Be sure to join our email mailing list by clicking here so that we can update you on upcoming events, etc.. 

Look forward to seeing you soon!