AMAA Executive Director/CEO Zaven Khanjian Awarded Presidential ‘Medal of Gratitude’ in Armenia During a May 28th ceremony at the Presidential Palace, held on the occasion of Republic day in Armenia, RA President Serzh Sargsyan awarded a group of individuals with the highest state awards and honorary titles for their contributions in the spheres of science, education, health, economy, arts & culture, sports, productive work and patriotism. For his contributions toward the strengthening of Armenia-Diaspora… Read More

The Impact of the Reformation on Christianity and the World Presented by Rev. Dr. Carnegie S. Calian Former President of Pittsburgh Theological Seminary Dawn of the Armenian Evangelical Church and Its Impact on the Armenian Nation Presented by Rev. Dr. Vahan Tootikian Executive Director of the Armenian Evangelical World Council Friday, October 20, 2017 3:00–5:00pm AMAA Headquarters 31 West Century Road Paramus, NJ 07652 Copies of A Century of Armenian Protestantism by Leon… Read More

Save the Dave: 9/28/17 Reminder to set aside Sept. 28 if you plan to attend the Boston Area Orphan & Child Care Fundraiser.

California Governor Jerry Brown signed the 2017-2018 state budget this week with $3 million earmarked for the Armenian American Museum. The new funding will be dispersed over the next 3 years at $1 million per year. The approval brings the State’s total funding commitment for the Museum to $4 million. “We are proud to stand shoulder to shoulder with our State of California leaders to build a historic cultural and educational center… Read More

AMAA LIFE MEMBER, ACTIVIST AND BENEFACTOR ELIZABETH AGBABIAN HONORED BY THE PRESIDENT OF ARMENIA Elizabeth Agbabian, past Board member, Benefactor and Life Member of the Armenian Missionary Association of America (AMAA), and a respected longtime activist in the Armenian Evangelical Community and the Armenian American Community at large, was recently awarded the Movses Khorenatsi Medal by Republic of Armenia’s President Serzh Sargsyan, on the 99th Anniversary of the First Republic. The President’s… Read More