Our Last Sunday in Yerevan

Today was a rather light day in terms of sight seeing and visitations. We started our day off by attending the church service at Bangladesh Yerevan, which incorporated contemporary style worship songs, rather than traditional church hymns, which we all enjoyed for a change.

Then we had lunch with the minister and some of the youth in the church, before heading back home to Baghramyan.

We enjoyed some down time before partaking in a “round table” style dinner and discussion, where we discussed three questions that the leaders and Badveli Avedis had prepared. We talked about what we liked, and what we could improve, as well as how our faith changed throughout the trip.

Finally, we went to Hrabarak (Republic Square) for ice cream and had some quality social time before heading back home and having a good nights rest.

Remy Guirguis and Antranig Boynerian



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