Armenian Churches in Watertown, MA
The Armenian Memorial Church (Evangelical), as an organization, dates back to 1897 when a number of families migrated to the Boston area from Marash, Turkey. The group used homes and rented churches for a number of years for prayer service, until in 1950 ...
Established as an organization in 1900, the St. James Armenian Church (Eastern Diocese) went through many years of fundraising until finally building their existing structure in 1937. The church also houses a youth center, a monument to the Armenian Genoc ...
St. Stephen's Armenian Apostolic Church (Eastern Prelacy) was consecrated in 1957. In 1984 the St. Stephen's Elementary School was added to the church's complex, which serves as a private preschool and K-5 school serving the Armenian community.