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Do you attend your local Armenian church?

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  • Do you attend your local Armenian church?

    I'm kind of curious, and no I'm not trying to be like, "you should go", despite the fact that it is THE arena to get involved locally with your Armenian community.

    Are you one of those who go for family services only (weddings, funerals, baptisms, etc...)? Or do you sometimes go just because you want to? Maybe you're a regular, and perhaps even sing in the choir like me, so let us know.

    If you don't go, that's fine too, I'd like to hear your reasons why as well.
    I was taught how to think.

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    Re: Do you attend your local Armenian church?

    I used to go alot
    but lately I've been laZy on the weekends...its not an excuse just the truth
    Positive vibes, positive taught

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      Re: Do you attend your local Armenian church?

      Last time I went was for a wedding. I hate funerals so probably if I ever go again, again will be another wedding.
      this post = teh win.

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        Re: Do you attend your local Armenian church?

        I will be burned in hell thats for sure :PPP
        You can tell whether a man is clever by his answers. You can tell whether a man is wise by his questions.

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          Re: Do you attend your local Armenian church?

          People don't like going to church but love going to clubs.
          what a shame
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            Re: Do you attend your local Armenian church?

            I don't personally go to clubs but they look like generally fun places where people go to have fun. I have been to Armenian Churches many times in the past and I don't think I can classify any of those visits as particularly "fun". It always seems like a chore.
            this post = teh win.

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              Re: Do you attend your local Armenian church?

              I'd go clubbing if it involved wielding a club into a battlefield. Any other form of clubbing would feel like a chore.

              I find singing at Church does wonders to make you feel good about going, you're not just a spectator of the ceremony but become an active part of its performance, and it's considered as volunteering for the benefit of the church and community.
              Last edited by jgk3; 11-02-2010, 09:51 AM.
              I was taught how to think.

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                Re: Do you attend your local Armenian church?

                I wasn't aware we could sing at church! Everytime I have been there it was either some woman with this extremely high-pitched voice going on and on or the "der ders" with their incredibly "unpitched" voices chanting things I didn't understand
                this post = teh win.

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                  Re: Do you attend your local Armenian church?

                  The answer for me is a no.

                  I'm not particularly religious, which is my main reason.

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                    Re: Do you attend your local Armenian church?

                    Originally posted by jgk3 View Post
                    I find singing at Church does wonders to make you feel good about going, you're not just a spectator of the ceremony but become an active part of its performance, and it's considered as volunteering for the benefit of the church and community.
                    Agreed.
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