Dn. Manavazd Mkrtchyan

During the 44-day war in 2020, Dn. Manavazd Mkrtchyan was a Spiritual Servant in Artsakh. "In those days, every meeting and conversation with the soldiers left an indelible mark." The spiritual servants shared the days of war and peace with the soldier.


Artak Gevorgyan, Military Doctor

Surgeon Artak Gevorgyan recalls the 44-day war. "They gave me leave for two days. My daughter wouldn't let me go back. That moment was more difficult than the previous days. It is your child, but another person's child is also waiting for you."


Dn. Karo Gharibyan

During the 44-day war, Dn. Karo Gharibyan served in Hadrut. Dn. Karo Gharibyan tells about war and peaceful days.


Dn. Artak Ghevondyan

"Grace is a way of self-knowledge. That road must be passed silently." Spiritual singing and writing poems is the most harmonious state for Dn. Artak Ghevondyan. His first collection of poems, "A Handful of Silence" has already been published.


My Palm Sunday

The altar of the St. Gayane Monastery was full of children Palm Sunday. Little scribes from different communities joined the festive liturgy. Children tell about a day full of surprises.

Arman of St. Hovhannes Church of Artashat

Our film crew spent Sunday in St. Hovhannes Church of Artashat, and got to know Arman.

We are grateful- Doctor Taron Tonoyan

Dr. Taron Tonoyan participated in all wars in Artsakh. Even today he visits Artsakh with his colleagues and performs free surgeries.

The Three Brothers of St. Hovhannes Church in Artashat

George, Allen and Norayr come to Artashat with their families from Burastan village every Sunday.  We met the brothers in St. Hovhannes church while climbing the altar, and the mother while singing in the choir.

The scribe brothers of the Holy Cross Church of Dilijan

We met Alex and Arman at the Holy Cross Church in Dilijan. One of the brothers decided to become a Priest, following the example of his beloved Reverend father.

We are grateful- Military Doctor Henrik Margaryan

After graduating from the Medical University, Henrik Margaryan went to serve in Artsakh, he was there during war and peace.

Scribe Vazgen Sargsyan

Scribe Vazgen Sargsyan, after studying in Harichivank, entered the Vazgenian seminary.  Soon he gathers a group, which begins to perform the Komitas liturgy. Vazgen is proficient in several musical instruments: piano, guitar, violin. He is a member of the ethnographic song-dance ensemble "Veradardz". Recently, he has also become obsessed with Hamshen culture.

Taron from St. Gevork church in Noragavit

Our film crew spent this Sunday in St. Sarkis church in Noragavit with Taron and his family, who is wearing a scribe shirt.