During his visit to the St..Mary Yettem parish on September 28, 2014, Archbishop Hovnan Derderian bestowed Hye Spirit Awards to Sarkis Enfiedjian, Debbie Sheklian, Marguerite Sheklian and Judy Skaff. 



Yettem ACYO Members Attend Convention



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Memorial Wall 

A new column of 4 blocks is available The price is $200 per name.

St. Mary Armenian Apostolic Church of Yettem

Hye Spirit Awards Presented

14395 Ave 384  Yettem, California  93670     (559) 528-6892

Sunrise Service and Camp Out Held

      Cookbooks on Sale!

Sunday Services:

Morning Service at 9:45 AM

Divine Liturgy at 10:30 AM

The St. Mary Armenian Church of Yettem Ladies' Society published a special cookbook in commemoration of their 100th anniversary. The cookbook, ""Treasured Recipes From the Garden of Eden", is available for $30 (if mailed $12 additional) and can be purchased by contacting Marguerite Sheklian at (559) 786-5103 or at margshek@aol.com. This is a limited edition keepsake and sales are brisk.

Nearly 800 people were lucky enough to enjoy a fantastic meal featuring Hagopian's famous lamb shish kebab on Sunday, October 19th. Even though there were several other dinners offered  in Visalia and the surrounding areas at the same  time as our fundraiser, the event was sold out before 2 PM.  Thanks to Mark Wall for the great pictures from the luncheon!





Shish Kebab Luncheon a Huge Success!.


About thirty parishioners attended the St. Mary Armenian Church "Sunrise Service and Camp Out" on Friday, October 24 and Saturday, October 25. Those attending were treated to mezza and a great  BBQ dinner of hot dogs - complete with all the toppings and sides. S'mores and great fellowship took place until the campers finally turned in around 11 PM. The following morning the Sunrise Service was conducted inside the church by Father Zaven and Acolyte David Safrazian. After services the group enjoyed a delicious breakfast of pancakes, three types of eggs, and bacon and of course lots of coffee!

Those attending agreed that this should become an annual tradition.