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Yuvajana Sakhyam

Ministry Profile

Epiphany Mar Thoma Yuvajana Sakhyam (YS) is a vibrant arm of the Epiphany Mar Thoma Church. The mission of Yuvajana Sakhyam is to worship, study, witness, and serve.

Guiding Verse
"I can do everything through Him who gives me strength."

- Phillipians 4:13

Office Bearers - 2019

President:

Rev. Jogy Thomas

Vice-President:

Mr. Biju Mathew Varghese

Secretary:

Mrs. Bindu Varughese

Joint Secretary:

Mr. Midhun K. Jose

Treasurer:

Mrs. Gigi Mathew

Committee Member:

Mr. Anup George

Mrs. Jincy James


North East Region Yuvajana Sakhyam

Secretary - Regional & Center A:

Mr. Rinu Varughese

Regional Representative:

Mr. Sony Joseph


Activities

Yuvajana Sakhyam holds monthly cottage prayers at the homes of members and meets regularly at the church for Bible studies. YS members take pride in worshipping, learning about God, witnessing the myriad blessings God has given and supporting various charitable activities like education aid, medical aid, marriage aid for the poor, aid for various Ashrams and Disaster Relief efforts to name a few.

YS also provides its members various avenues to showcase their God given talents in contests such as Regional and Zonal Kalamela, Volleyball tournament, Christmas Choir singing etc. YS provides leadership development opportunities through membership in decision-making bodies of Regional and Zonal Yuvajana Sakhyam.


Events - 2019

Events for the Year 2019

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Cottage prayers - 2019

Cottage prayers - 2019

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Our Parish History

The first approved congregation in North America started as the Mar Thoma-Church of South India prayer group. The congregation, the Mar Thoma Church of Greater New York, met for worship service at the All Saints Lutheran church in Jamaica in the borough of Queens in New York City. After conducting worship services briefly at a worship place in Manhattan, the congregation moved in 1974 to a Presbyterian Church near 174th Street in Fort Washington, at the north end of the Manhattan borough of NYC, and it was its abode until the congregation was divided into four parishes.

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