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120th Anniversary Banquet Luncheon, Armenian Evangelical Church of NY

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76 Audrey Zapp Drive

Jersey City, New Jersey 07305

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The Armenian Evangelical Church of New York
cordially invites you to join us at our
120th Anniversary Banquet Luncheon.
Be part of our church's revitalization and enjoy award-winning food, a talk from the esteemed
Donald Wilson Bush, and songs from the inspirational a cappella trio, Zulal

Tickets are $125 per person or if you choose to sponsor the church you will receive gift tickets and more...

Sponsorship levels:
Diamond - $5000 with gift of 10 tickets, name on plaque to be displayed in Fellowship Hall, name on 120th Anniversary artwork to be displayed in Fellowship Hall, mention in program booklet
Platinum - $3000 with gift of 8 tickets, name on 120th Anniversary artwork to be displayed in Fellowship Hall, and mention in program booklet
Gold - $1500 with gift of 6 tickets, name on 120th Anniversary artwork to be displayed in Fellowship Hall, and mention in program booklet
Silver - $1000 with gift of 4 tickets,
name on 120th Anniversary artwork to be displayed in Fellowship Hall, and mention in program booklet
Bronze - $500 with gift of 2 tickets, name on 120th Anniversary artwork to be displayed in Fellowship Hall, and mention in program booklet

Support the Armenian Evangelical Church by buying an ad in the 120th Anniversary Program Booklet
$400 for Full Page; $200 for Half Page; $100 for Quarter Page
Please make check out to AECNYC and mail to: 152 E 34th St, New York, NY 10016
Please email: info@aecnyc.org by May 19th, 2017 with ad information or artwork (pdf, jpeg, tiff).
**PLEASE NOTE: IF WE DO NOT RECEIVE YOUR AD INFORMATION AND PAYMENT BY MAY 19th, 2017 WE WILL NOT PRINT YOUR AD.


We need your help: Our church is suffering through severe financial troubles. Our doors will close if we cannot raise $600,000 within the next three years. We look to God’s faithful provision for the future so that the church’s finances are as vibrant as its ministries.

Your support for the revitalization of the Armenian Evangelical Church of New York City is essential for our church to continue being a vital resource of God’s word for our diverse and cosmopolitan congregation. All proceeds will go towards AECNYC's mission to spread the message of the gospel amongst our New York City brothers and sisters in Christ.

OUR VISION
Our new, dynamic pastor, Rev. Haig Kherlopian, has a multifaceted vision for the revitalization of our church. In a city riddled with loneliness and troubles, Rev. Haig seeks to create a Christian haven where people of all backgrounds can find peace, joy, and community. He strives to create disciples who comfort and teach those hungry for God’s word. We welcome you to become part of our work, carrying out this vision, so that our church can continue to serve as a beacon of light in the heart of the city for those in need of God’s love.

OUR HISTORY
In its early years, the Armenian Evangelical Church of New York became a haven and spiritual center for Armenian Genocide survivors. It helped the refugees resettle in their new country while allowing them to retain their heritage. Settled in the heart of what was then New York’s “Little Armenia,” the church soon became renowned for the quality of its preaching. Its pastors, including the legendary Rev. A.A. Bedikian, had a preaching style that combined meticulous scholarship with plainspoken biblical faith and missionary zeal. That strong homiletic tradition continues to this day, with the pastorship of Rev. Haig Kherlopian.

TODAY
While there is no longer a “Little Armenia” neighborhood surrounding the Church, AECNY still serves as a magnet for all segments of the Armenian, and larger, communities as well as being the only Armenian Protestant church in New York City. On any given Sunday, you may find in our pews a member who has attended faithfully for 90 years and more, a young professional who attends both Sunday worship services and weeknight Bible studies, a neighbor who learned about the church through our outreach to the homeless, and a diplomat in New York on assignment to the United Nations. It is this diverse and cosmopolitan congregation that reminds us of the universality of our Savior’s teachings. Your support is essential for our church to continue being a vital resource of God’s word for our diverse and cosmopolitan congregation.

For more information on the Armenian Evangelical Church of New York, please visit aecnyc.org

All proceeds will go towards AECNYC's mission to build community and spread the message of the gospel amongst our New York City brothers and sisters in Christ.



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