Please be informed that due to the upcoming patriarchal visit of HH Mar Dinkha IV Catholicos and Patriarch, Walkathon 2014 has been postponed to Sunday 28 September 2014. His Holiness will be celebrating the Holy Offering (Raza Qadisha) on Sunday 24 August 2014.
HB Mar Meelis Zaia AM Metropolitan will commence consecutive preaching sessions at St Hurmizd’s Cathedral on Monday nights (commencing Monday 14 July), and Thursday nights at St Mary’s Church (7pm) (commencing Thursday 17 July). Topics to be covered: The hardships of married life, and an explanation of the Seven Holy Feasts.
ACEYAS’ annual Walkathon is back, and this time we are walking for Nineveh!This year the Walkathon will take place on Sunday 24 August. The walk will start and end at St Hurmizd’s Cathedral, and will be officially be opened by HB Mar Meelis Zaia AM Metropolitan among reverend priests and deacons.Proceeds will go towards ACERO’s […]
Due to recent events that are occurring in the Middle East (namely Nineveh, Iraq), a vigil of prayer will be held at St Hurmizd’s Cathedral on Tuesday 17 June 2014 at 7pm. Prayers will be held in Syriac, English, and Arabic by all Sydney based clerics, deacons and faithful. The service will be officiated by […]
Fellow sons and daughters of the Assyrian Nation: We are happy to announce the Youth Association of the Assyrian Church of the East has organised a project about Assyrian history and literature. This has never been done before. We are calling each and everyone of you to attend the Project Assyria Conference – to learn more […]
This year’s annual Rejoice Resurrection Festival of the Assyrian Church of the East Youth Association Sydney (ACEYAS) was held on Easter Monday, 21 April 2014, with the event attracting thousands of faithful and members of the local surrounding community. In coming together to celebrate the resurrection of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, 2014’s festival […]
This notice is to inform you of the coming changes to the youth association’s ministries in Sydney. As you well know, the youth association continues to grow – attracting young people from various age groups.It has been proposed and accepted to have two (2) youth ministry times on Sunday at SHAPS. • Year 7–10 high school students: 5pm, […]