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"Commemoration of the 101st Anniversary of the Armenian Genocide organized by The Interdenominational Committee of Toronto took place on Saturday, April 23, 2016 at Holy Trinity Armenian Apostolic Church. The evening started with welcoming message of Parish Priest, Rev. Archpriest Zareh Zargarian and Mr. Mihran Jizmedjian.

A prayer service was conducted followed by discussions about Canonization of the Armenian Genocide Victims with the participation of:
Very Rev. Fr. Yeghia Kiredjian of St. Gregory The Illuminator Armenian Catholic Church,

Rev. Serop Megerdichian of the Armenian Evangelical Church, Rev. Archpriest Gomidas Panosian of St. Mary's Armenian Apostolic Church and Rev. Archpriest Zareh Zargarian of Holy Trinity Armenian Apoastolic Church.

At the end of this informative round table and discussion, community members were invited to ask questions about the subject.

Mr. Hagop Janbazian, chairman of the Interdenominational Committee delivered the closing remarks and appreciated the Parish Priests as well as the community members present for their participation and unification.

The Choir members joined in the evening's prayer service followed by the procession towards the Armenian Genocide Memorial Monument while singing "Der Voghormia". Everyone laid their flowers at the monument located outside the Church paying their respect to the victims of the genocide. Following the Lord's Prayer, all present started singing the Armenia's national anthem.

During the reception at the "Magaros Artinian" Hall people had a chance to socialize and enjoy the coffee and sweets prepared by the Women's Guild.

The evening ended with a renewed sense of unified and strong Armenian community that will continue supporting Homeland Armenia and Artsakh."
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