The Child & Orphan Care Committee is excited to gather in-person for a Luncheon, Children’s Fashion Show and Silent Auction held at the Beverly Hills Hotel on May 21, 2022 in Beverly Hills, California! This year, we are honoring one of AMAA’s Founding Child & Orphan Care Committee members and longtime activist, Savey Tufenkian. Her life and impact will be celebrated as the event will continue to benefit the children of Armenia… Read More

The Armenian Evangelical Church 175th Anniversary Steering Committee welcomes our worldwide partners and friends residing in Europe, the Middle East, the Americas, or Australia (who are not part of the AMAA or HOPE for Armenia Tours) to join us as we commemorate the 175th Anniversary of the Founding of the Armenian Evangelical Church (AEC) July 1-3, & 7, 2022! This is an occasion to celebrate and appreciate the accomplishments of the past… Read More

AMAA Donates Sharoyan’s “Literary Scroll with the Alphabet” Book to Armenian Language Teachers in our Armenian Schools in North America With Armenian Missionary Association of America’s (AMAA) encouragement and sponsorship, a guidebook of Western Armenian orthography and punctuation, entitled “A Literary Inspired Stroll with the Letters of the Alphabet” was recently published in Aleppo, Syria. The author of the book is the renowned Aleppo-Armenian writer, press contributor and pedagogic tiller, Levon Sharoyan…. Read More

The Armenian Missionary Association of America’s “Shogh” Center in Vanadzor was recently named in honor of benefactors Sarkis and Haygouhie Marandjian. AMAA Armenia held a plaque unveiling ceremony in honor of benefactors Sarkis and Haygouhie Marandjian, residents of Toronto, Canada. The Marandjian’s are members and benefactors of the Armenian Missionary Association of Canada, where Sarkis is also a Board member. The new plaque was unveiled on March 30 at the AMAA Vanadzor… Read More

EASTER CHOCOLATE MAKINGBENEFITING AMAA’S MISSION AND SERVICE SATURDAY, APRIL 16, 2022 @ 2:00 PM (EST) Join us on ZOOM, Saturday, April 16, 2022, as Linda Khachadurian, a Beirut-born Armenian American medical editor, international educational nonprofit founder, sugar and chocolate artist, and host of The Charitable Confectioner on Channel 9/Cambridge Community Television, teaches us the origins of chocolate and the chocolate making process, which involves conching and tempering, plus noting the differences among… Read More

AMAA Reaches out to Ukrainian Armenian Refugees Another Armenian Diaspora community is in peril. This time it is the long-standing Armenian community of Ukraine. The war in Ukraine has resulted in a humanitarian disaster and urgent aid is needed to help Armenian victims of this war. Many individuals and families from Ukraine have sought refuge in safe havens established on the borders of neighboring countries, such as Poland, Bulgaria and Romania. The… Read More

Go into all the world and preach the gospel to all creation. Mark 16:15 How do you define borders? Are borders the beginning or the end of a designated space? The latest issue of AMAA News is dedicated to the border villages of Armenia and Artsakh. Villages are organic habitats. People live there. When we speak of a border village, we are talking about communities, people, human beings, men, women and children,… Read More