Dear friends and family at large.
I want to start by greeting you in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ who saved a sinner like me through the death He took on the cross.
As some of you have heard and others are noticing that there is something interesting happening in our lives. I want to publicly and officially inform everyone that it is with a saddened heart that I have officially resigned as pastor of the Armenian Brotherhood Church.
I wish to say that these 4 years at the AB Church have been some of the best years of my life. I am honored that God has bound me with such a loving group of people that I can call family. And as I said to them, in my heart, I will always be their pastor.
It was with much prayer and conviction that we have decided to follow God’s leading into this new and exciting journey.
By God’s grace He found it right to open a new ministry for us over at the Hudson Community Baptist Church and it is with a humble and obedient heart that I am trusting in God to continue using us as He seems fit.
We ask that you continue praying for the Armenian Church, the Hudson Church, as well as for my family and I.
I will be conducting my last official service as pastor at the Armenian Church this Sunday the 1st of November 2015 where we will end with the Lord’s Supper.
I follow the motto of William Carey who said: ‘Expect Great Things From God, Attempt Great Things For God’.
We have trusted in God and will continue in trusting in Him as the Apostle Paul wrote in 1 Corinthians 15:58: ‘Therefore, my beloved brothers, be steadfast, immovable, always abounding in the work of the Lord, knowing that in the Lord your labor is not in vain.’
I thank God for using us, I thank the Armenian Church for giving a chance to serve them, and I thank the Hudson Church for opening this new opportunity.
From my whole family, WE LOVE YOU.

Our Present intermediate pastor is, Pastor Peter Nigosian.
A Bio on Pastor Nigosian will be coming soon.