The 101st Annual Meeting of the Armenian Missionary Association of America (AMAA) will be held via Zoom Conference on Saturday, October 24, 2020 at 11:00 AM Eastern Time (8:00 AM PACIFIC TIME).

All members and friends of the AMAA are invited to attend the Meeting to:

1. Consider and approve the reports of the Officers, Committees, Chapters and Affiliated Boards of the Association for the fiscal year 2019-2020;
2. Review and accept the Financial Statements and Auditor’s Report for the fiscal year 2019-2020;
3. Announce the names of the newly elected Class of 2023 Board Members;
4. Elect members to the Nominating Committee;
5. Elect Auditor for 2020-2021; and
6. Consider and address any other business that may come before the membership.

From early morning, festive songs and music created an exciting atmosphere in the spacious playground of the School. A traditional moment with balloons, bouquets and festive decorations. Smiles and excitement on the faces of the children while parents followed their children from a short distance. School Principal Melanya Geghamyan reminded the parents the instructions regarding the new conditions due to the pandemic and acquainted them with the COVID-19 guidelines and the steps… Read More

The internet is a depository for a wealth of information and knowledge on a vast spectrum of subjects, available 24/7 to a rainbow of people around the planet.

The internet has also grown to become a depository of half-truths, false news, and an abundant storage of hatred, lies and immorality.

The key to its value lies in the careful scrutiny of what a researcher is seeking.

A treasure that I recently came across on the internet is the authoritative 1611 King James Bible (the picture illustrates a copy of the special edition marking the 400th anniversary of the translation and publication in 2011), the first Bible printed by the prestigious Oxford University Press in the year 1611. The 400th anniversary volume reprinted the large body of preliminary matter, which includes genealogies, maps, and lists of readings, as well as the translator’s preface to the reader; content removed from later editions.

As we celebrate INTERNATIONAL YOUTH DAY around the globe, the AMAA would like to thank our youth in Lebanon for their tireless volunteering efforts in apportioning food parcels and non-edible relief supplies, and distributing them to needy families at the Armenian Evangelical Christian Social Center in Trad, Bourdj Hamoud. Lena Danaoghlian, Administrator of the Armenian Evangelical Social Action Committee of the Union of the Armenian Evangelical Churches in the Near East, said… Read More

Cookies for Children is a fun, interactive and free, virtual event hosted by the AMAA. Join us on ZOOM, Saturday, September 19, 2020 from 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM (ET) as Sonia, an English and Language Arts teacher and self-taught baker, leads an instructional baking class. We will be making chocolate chip cookies with walnuts inspired by New York’s famous, Levain Bakery! Although this event is perfect for children with adult supervision,… Read More

Պէյրութի հզօր պայթումը, որ բազմաթիւ անմեղ Լիբանանցիներու կեանքը խլեց՝ իր ետին թողելով հազարաւոր վիրաւորներ, աւելի քան աւերիչ էր։ Անկախ այն իրականութենէն թէ արկած էր կամ կանխամտածուած ոճիռ, վնասը չափազանց ահռելի էր եւ անկրելի։ Աւերն ու կործանումը այնքան հսկայական էին եւ ծաւալուն, ոմանք զայն բնութագրեցին նմանը չունեցող Լիբանանի 15-ամեայ քաղաքացիական պատերազմի ընթացքին։

In 2019, the “One Village” Consortium, which was initiated by the Armenian Missionary Association of America (AMAA), chose to assist the border village of Navur in the Region of Tavush. The Consortium, consisting of 11 prestigious local and international organizations, was formed in 2014, on the occasion of the Armenian Genocide Centennial. It’s first mission was to join forces to help the Martuni village of Kegharkunik Region and has been active since… Read More


**AMAA continues to maintain CDC and State of NJ guidelines for COVID-19.**
The physical office remains closed, with limited personnel present. Staff continues to work remotely and are accessible by email and will respond to voicemails.
If you need assistance please call the main line 201 • 265 • 2607 and dial zero or the extension of the person you are trying to reach. (Staff extensions and emails are listed on our website at Our Staff)