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19300 Ford Road
Dearborn, MI  48128 - United States



(313) 336-6200


(313) 336-4530

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Office Hours

Monday thru Thursday 10:00 am to 3:00 pm

Friday by appointments only

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Worship Hours

Join us every Sunday morning to worship the Lord together.

Morning Service 9:15 am. Divine Liturgy 10:00 am

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A Welcoming Parish!

Supporting faith, renewal and connection to our Armenian Church and heritage!

Established 1932 - Consecrated 1942 - Dearborn Campus 1962

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Welcome to Saint Sarkis Armenian Apostolic Church

Pari Yegak! St. Sarkis Armenian Apostolic Church parish was established in 1932 in Detroit, Michigan.   Our current location on Ford Road, Dearborn, MI was dedicated on October 14, 1962 and since then we have satisfied the spiritual and national needs of the Armenians in Southeastern Michigan.  We are one of the Churches of the Eastern Prelacy of the Armenian Apostolic Church of America under the jurisdiction of the Holy See of Cilicia.

St. Sarkis Armenian Apostolic Church is located on a campus which also includes the Armenian Community Center, a parochial school and the Armenian Senior Citizens Towers.

Today, Armenians can boast of a community that is highly educated, professional and prospering. Armenians are continuing to preserve their rich culture and identity and are loyal citizens. Awareness and remembrance of a proud and fantastic history have bound the Armenian people as their language, culture and tradition still thrives.

God bless!


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Spiritual Reflections

In the Gospel of Matthew Chapter 6 we read: “And whenever you fast, do not look dismal, like the hypocrites, for they disfigure their faces so as to show others that they are fasting. Truly I tell you, they have received their reward. But when you fast, put oil on your head and wash your face, so that your fasting may be seen not by others but by your Father who is in secret; and your Father who sees in secret will reward you." As we start Great Lent i pray that you use this tie as an opportunity for self-examination in your relationship with the Lord and strengthen your bond with Him. have a great and a blessed lent. - Rev. Fr. Hrant Kevorkian

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Visitations and Spiritual Counseling

Give, and it will be given to you. Luke 6:38


Sunday School

Classes range from Pre-K through our tenth grade graduating class. Children can begin attending Nursery if they are 3 years old by October. School begins at 10:00 a.m. each Sunday.

Youth Ministry

The mission statement of the Youth Ministry is to provide the youth, ages 13 - 18, the moral and religious foundations to become followers of Christ and faithful Armenian Apostolic members of their communities.

Adult Bible Study

St Sarkis Church offers an adult bible study for all the adults of the community. The group meets monthly. A fellowship meal is offered after which the study takes place led by Rev. Fr. Hrant Kevorkian.

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Armenian Church History

It is generally agreed that the Armenian Church is the first one that has been officially recognized by the civil authorities of the country in which that particular Church existed.

Saint Sarkis Church

St. Sarkis Armenian Apostolic Church was established on May 24, 1942 on Waterman Street in Detroit, MI, in the name of the Saint Sarkis. The current location in Dearborn, MI was dedicated on October 14, 1962 and


Archbishop Anoushavan (baptismal name, Torkom) Tanielian was born in Beirut, Lebanon, in 1951. He graduated from the Armenian Theological Seminary in Antelias, Lebanon, in 1971, and was ordained in 1972. .


Rev. Fr. Hrant Kevorkian (baptismal name Sebouh) was born in Anjar, Lebanon in 1986 and has served in the Armenian Church since his early childhood. After graduating from high school he studied at .

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