Churches & Missions in Armenia/Karabagh

Churches in Armenia
Evangelical Church of Armenia (2001) Abovyan
Evangelical Church of Armenia (2005) Aintab Village, Masis
Evangelical Church of Armenia (1999) Alaverdi
Evangelical Church of Armenia (1999) Armavir
Evangelical Church of Armenia (2000) Artashat
Evangelical Church of Armenia (2000) Berd
Evangelical Church of Armenia (2000) Dilijan
Evangelical Church of Armenia (2001) Goris
Evangelical Church of Armenia (2000) Gyumri
Evangelical Church of Armenia (1996) Ijevan
Evangelical Church of Armenia (2001) Kapan
Evangelical Church of Armenia (2001) Noyemberyan
Evangelical Church of Armenia (1999) Lori Marz, Village of Shirakamout (formerly Nalband)
Evangelical Church of Armenia (2001) Sissian, Armenia
Evangelical Church of Armenia (1998) Spitak, Armenia
Evangelical Church of Armenia (1994) Stepanavan, Armenia
Evangelical Church of Armenia (2002) Tumanyan, Armenia
Evangelical Church of Armenia (1994) Vanadzor, Armenia
Evangelical Church of Armenia (2006) Vardenis, Armenia
Evangelical Church of Armenia (1994) Marshall Baghramian Street, Yerevan
Evangelical Church of Armenia (1994) Nigol Douman Street, Yerevan
Evangelical Church of Armenia (2002) Malatia-Sebastia District, Yerevan
Evangelical Church of Armenia, House of Hope (2003) Yerevan
Evangelical Church of Armenia (1995) Mamikoniants, Yerevan

Evangelical Church of Armenia/Christian Education Center
ECA CE Center (1995) Agarak (Stepanavan)
ECA CE Center (1999) Azatamout
AMAA Office and ECA CE Center (2002) Goghp
ECA CE Center (1994) Gourtan (Stepanavan)
ECA CE Center (1997) Urut (Stepanavan)
ECA CE Center (1996) Vardablour (Stepanavan)

Karabagh
Armenian Evangelical Church (Stepanakert)

AMAA Community Center (Dilijan)

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From its humble beginnings in 2000 in an apartment, this ministry has grown over the years. Currently, the existing facilities are not adequate for the various community services that the AMAA Dilijan center offers.

To meet the needs of this growing ministry and community, a new building and facilities are under construction.

There are many ways that you can contribute to this project. They include:

Dilijan Community Center New Construction
Click here to give your gift today

Naming Opportunities
– Auditorium
– Classrooms
– Parsonage


Evangelical Church of Armenia (Gyumri)
Over the past 25 years, the AMAA has expanded this ministry beyond its current facility, where worship services presently take place in a basement sanctuary.

To meet the needs of this burgeoning community of faith, a church building that includes a sanctuary to seat 400 worshipers and hold cultural events, such as educational theater and sacred concerts, is in the planning stages.

The building’s lower level will be designed to provide educational services to children, through art and music classes, vocational training, and tutorial services.

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Background Information
The AMAA began its work in Gyumri by aiding survivors after the devastating earthquake of 1988.

There are many ways that you can contribute to this project. They include:

Gyumri Church New Construction
Click here to give your gift today

Naming Opportunities
Please contact the AMAA office to discuss available naming opportunities.


House of Hope (Yerevan)

The AMAA bought a new building to meet the needs of this vibrant ministry.
This center holds over 15 weekly religious, educational, and cultural activities.

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Your Gift Makes the Difference. Please consider giving a gift to allow the continued work and service of House of Hope in Yerevan. Click here to give your gift today

Naming Opportunities
– Office
– Classrooms
– Hall

Your Gift Makes the Difference. Please consider giving the gift of a place of worship for and the mission work of a community in Karabagh. Click here to give your gift today

For more information on these projects, or to give a naming opportunity gift, please contact the AMAA office, at 201-265-2607 or via email: info@amaa.org