The Women’s Guild of St. John’s Armenian Church brings together women of the parish in the faith of the Armenian Apostolic Orthodox Church.The Guild strives to provide its members with the opportunity to take an active role in the life of the Church, to share in fellowship and service, promoting the moral, spiritual and material growth of the parish.
The Guild strives to nurture fellowship and service to the Church and our community through a variety of activities and events. Please see our calendar for upcoming projects, events and activities. (See calendar of events below).
Diana Vosganian Barbara Haroutunian, Denise Boyagian
Sue Carman Vian
Barb Rupas (Chairman) , Marilyn Sarkesian, Yerchanig Joy Callan, Nora Noraian, Alternate: Cathy Atesian
Linda DePietro, Lisa Derderian, Jackie ElChemmas, Diane Nolff, Nora Noraian
We welcome the women of St. John Armenian Church to join us!Our general body meetings are the first Wednesday of the month.Please fit the Women’s Guild into your life.Choose to participate on the committees, projects and events that suit your interests and your time availability.
If you are interested in membership, please call the church office for more information (248) 569-3405.We would like to welcome you! (See Application for Membership below)
Current Events and News
The Women’s Guild invites you to become a member. For information please call Barbara Rupas 248.643.7666 or email@example.com
Soo Boreg Baking and Sales
The Women's Guild invites you to join them on
Tuesday, November 13, from 9:00 a.m. until noon to make Soo Boreg.
All hands are good hands and everyone is welcome.
The St. John Women's Guild is pleased to announce that we will be taking
advance orders for Soo Boreg that we will be making on Tuesday,
November 13th. They will be available for pick up after church on Sunday,
November 18th. We will be making 25 trays. Advanced payments only.
Call Joy Callan at 248-254-3955 or email firstname.lastname@example.org with
Armenian Cuisine Preserving Our Heritage $25.00 per copy
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