The mainstay of the Armenian population is their Church. The only active Armenian Church in Ohio is located in Richmond Heights. It is St. Gregory of Narek and is at 678 Richmond Road, Richmond Heights, OH 44143; Tel: (216) 381-6590)
There is also Holy Cross Armenian Church in North Royalton, but with the exception of a few more social events throughout the year, it is not an active. Church.
Within the Church organization there are a number of benevolent organizations. One such organization is the AGBU (Armenian General Benevolent Union), which was originally created in 1906 in Egypt by refugees of the genocide. Its goal was to gather orphans from the area and give them homes. The AGBU is active in education and youth programs.
There are also Church organizations such as the Armenian Relief Society, the Youth Guild and the women's Auxiliary.
The Armenian Assembly is a Political Action Committee based in Washington D.C. dealing with policies in Armenia.
The Sons of Malatia is a group of surviving children of the genocide, and now their children as well. It is both a cultural and benevolent society.
Armenian Culture, Language and Food