Armenian Missionary Association of America

The Armenian Missionary Association of America welcomes President Biden’s statement recognizing the Armenian Genocide. God will bring into judgment both the righteous and the wicked, for there will be a time...

The Wake Up Call It was not to happen this way. The national mood of the 106th commemoration of the Armenian Genocide was to be a continued spirit of jubilation of...

Armenians all over the world commemorate April 24, the Armenian Martyr’s Day in order to express their deepest afflictions and affections, their profound disappointments and frustrations, their loftiest ideals and dreams...

For the Armenian Nation, April 24 is a solemn day of remembrance, contemplation, and determination to achieve justice that has eluded us for over a century. It is a day when faith...

Paramus, NJ: Who are the heroes in Armenian history? Which real-life heroes do we teach our children about? The illustrated children’s book, The Angel of Aleppo, is one such attempt. Published...

RECONSTRUCTION PROJECT OF CAMP ARMEN, WHERE HRANT DINK WAS RAISED PAVES ITS WAY The Youth Home of Istanbul (also known as Camp Armen) in Tuzla, Istanbul, where Agos Newspaper Editor-in-Chief and...

An Armenian Genocide Commemoration Message by Rev. Dr. Haig Kherlopian, Pastor of the Armenian Evangelical Church of New York (AECNYC) and AMAA Board Member "Learn to do good; seek justice, correct oppression;...