The Assyrian Church of the East Youth Association is overseen by the Board of Directors, made up predominantly of parish youth presidents and other members ensuring the association’s ministries and activities are vibrant, alive and active throughout the four parishes across Sydney, Australia.

Left to right: Ninos Aaron (member), Mirna Makko (bible studies coordinator), Rania Boustani (secretary), Elatra Yousif (Ss Peter & Paul Youth President), Carmen Wilson (St Mary’s Youth President), Helen Zomaya (St George’s Youth President), Yasmin Nasar (St Hurmizd’s Youth President) and Deacon Ramen Youkhanis (member).

St Hurmizd’s Youth Committee

The emblem of St Hurmizd’s Youth represents the mountains of Alqosh where the monastery of St Hurmizd the Monk is found.

St Hurmizd’s Youth are guided and cared for by this active and welcoming team at 7-9 Greenfield Road Greenfield Park 2176, the committee ensure the spiritual and social growth of Junior and Senior youth members through bible studies and social outings.

Left to right: Martina Shemon, Yasmin Nasar, Scarlet Shamon, Amalia Sellanes, Lidia Ishak, Jessica George and Julia Ishak.
Other members not featured in the image: Andreh Mellhem & Nabil Odisho

St Mary’s Youth Committee

The emblem of St Mary’s Youth represents the annunciation lily, which is known to be the Virgin Mary’s flower.

St Mary’s Youth are guided and cared for by this active and welcoming team at 92 Polding Street Smithfield 2164, the committee ensure the spiritual and social growth of Junior and Senior youth members through bible studies and social outings.

Left to right: Carmen Wilson, Sarah Faez, Marissa Merza, Betel Orahim, Mirna Sliwa and Maryam Wilson.

Saints Peter and Paul’s Youth

The emblem of Sts Peter and Paul’s Youth represents the books of scriptures the two apostles produced for the early church.

Ss Peter and Paul’s Youth are guided and cared for by this active and welcoming team at 217 Horsley Road Horsley Park 2175, the committee ensure the spiritual and social growth of Junior and Senior youth members through bible studies and social outings.

Left to right: Murees Krikoor, Andre Jammo, Rania Boustani, Elatra Yousif and Indiana Simon.

St George

The emblem of St George’s Youth represents the strength and courage of St George slaying the dragon.

St George’s Youth are guided and cared for by this active and welcoming team at 50 Pine Avenue Little Bay 2036, the committee ensure the spiritual and social growth of Junior and Senior youth members through bible studies and social outings.

Left to right: Morris Toma, Helen Zomaya and Awkar Ruel.