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The Assyrian Church of the East Support Committee in Lebanon launched its first Students, Graduates, and Specialists Seminar on Saturday, May 12, 2018, at the Hilton Hotel in Beirut. Sixty people participated in the program that aims to gather academics to work together in order to support the education and career of different groups within the community. Moreover, the program aims to link and develop their capacities in order to have better careers, stronger family ties, and a better community. The committee presented an overview of its projects across all sectors, then presented details about the seminar and its objectives. [...]
In May 2017, the committee organized a recreational trip for the kids of Children Friendly Space (CFS) to the family-friendly Hillout Village in Khenchara, Mount Lebanon. There, the children took part in a number of activities like rope climbing, wall climbing, and karting. All the activities were safely monitored.
Assyrian New Year 6767-2017 – Beirut Organized by the Assyrian Church Of the East Youth – Lebanon, the Assyrian Support Committee, St. George Assyrian School Management and St. George Parish Committee, the Festival of the Assyrian New Year 6767 was celebrated in Sat 1/4/2017 at St. George School Field . [su_carousel source="media: 914,913,912,911,910,909,908,901,902,903,904,905,906,907,894,895,896,897,899,900,890,891,892,893" link="lightbox" items="4" scroll="6" title="no" centered="no"]
On 19 March 2017, the kids of Children Friendly Space (CFS) distributed candles that they decorated by hand for the occasion of Palm Sunday after mass at Mar Giwargis Parish.
ASC Helped Organize a Lecture Titled, “Assyrians: Cradle of Civilization between Present Injustices and Future Challenges”ASC2020-10-08T14:01:13+00:00
On March 17, 2017, the lecture "Assyrians: Cradle of Civilization between Present Injustices and Future Challenges" was given by Archimandrite Emanuel Youkhana at Balamand University in Ashrafieh, Beirut. The lecture was organized by the Institute for Development, Research, Advocacy and Applied Care (IDRAAC) in collaboration with the Assyrian Church of the East, and was supported by the French Embassy in Lebanon. It focused on Assyrian history across time and was held to raise public awareness on the matter in Lebanon.
CFS children do their best to make these beautiful candles for palm Sunday [su_carousel source="media: 841,842,843,844,845,839" link="lightbox" items="4" scroll="6" title="no" centered="no"]
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