Armenian Evangelical

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Demographics Of The Arab League - Ethnicities - Armenians
... The Arab World has between 400,000 and 500,000 Armenians inhabiting its geographical area ... Armenians are largely concentrated in countries such as Lebanon 150,000 - 250,000 and Syria 100,000 to 150,000 and to a lesser degree Egypt and Iraq, but Armenians can also be found in countries like Qatar and the ... These Armenians are economic migrants from Lebanon and Syria ...
List Of AEUNA Churches - Member Churches - Outside The USA
... Armenian Evangelical Church Cambridge, Ontario Igreja Evangelica Armenia de Ferraz de Vasconcelos Ferraz de Vasconcelos, Brazil Armenian Evangelical Church Montreal, Quebec ...
Armenian Evangelical Emmanuel Church
... The Armenian Evangelical Emmanuel Church, is an Armenian Evangelical church in Aleppo, Syria ...
Armenian Australian - Religion
... The oldest and largest Armenian church in Australia and throughout the world is the Armenian Apostolic Church, which in Australia is led by Archbishop Haigazoun ... The Armenian Catholic community is led by Father Parsegh (Basil) Sousanian ... there is also a presence of the Armenian Evangelical Church in Sydney and Melbourne in addition to the Holy Trinity Armenian Brotherhood Church and the Armenian Evangelical Brethren ...
Armenian Canadian - Communities - Montreal and Laval
... Montreal, numbering 21,765 people of Armenian ancestry, is center for two Armenian Apostolic (Orthodox) prelacies governing not just Montreal community but all Armenian Apostolic (Orthodox ... Gregory the Illuminator (in Outremont, Montreal) and Holy Cross Armenian Church (Laval) Armenian Prelacy of Canada (representing the Holy See of Cilicia) Parishes Sourp ... The Armenian community in Montreal has two full-time Armenian schools, the Sourp Hagop Armenian School and the Armén-Québec Alex Manoogian School ...

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