Karaglukh lives a new life after the reopening of the church, the role of the children's choir in the life of the village is special.


The young Atom's daily life is full and active: cycling, bird care, wrestling, but he is looking forward to Sunday ...


Karen dreams of becoming a singer, attends Yeghvard Art School, is interested in robotics. But every Sunday he comes to church with his sisters, serves at the altar, and the sisters sing in the choir.


The reopening of the "Khrimyan Hayrik" school near the St. Hovhannes Church in Byurakan village has changed the daily life of the village children.

Rev. Fr. Vasken Hovhannisyan

Fr. Vasken has opened a khachkar-art school near the Oshakan Church. He creates and teaches to create.



The scribes of Hrazdan

Norayr, Aren and Aram are friends, they got acquainted in the Holy Mother of God Church in Hrazdan. The youngest is Norayr, but Aren and Aram say that they learned a lot from him ...

Grandmother Burik

Grandmother Burik, who lives in the village of Kuchak in Aparan, has dedicated fifty years of her life to the church. To this day, she opens the door of the Holy Mother of God Church with a prayer. She is looking forward to the 90th anniversary, she says we will all gather and have a great time.





The children of Akhtala know every corner and stone of the Holy Mother of God Church. They tell us stories and miracles about their favorite places.





"After the war we are trying to stand up․ It is our land, and we are fighting like this way." We visited Arshaluys and Geghakert villages of Armavir region. 




Spiritual Servant- Dn. Simon Igityan

Our film crew visited Deacon Simon Igityan, a participant in the 44-day Artsakh war.


Hrachya starts Sunday in the St. John the Baptist Church in Arinj. The day goes well with friends. The rest of the day is in his father's studio, doing miniature painting. He knows he still has a lot to learn.





"The winters in Krasar are very severe and the other seasons are cold and rainy, but that does not stop us from going to Tukh Manuk, Paponts sourche, bridge."