Our mission is to serve the physical and spiritual needs of our people both at home and overseas. To fulfill this worldwide mission, we maintain a range of educational, evangelistic, relief, social service, church and child care ministries in 24 countries around the world. Our mission and service ministry is made possible through the Grace of God and by the gifts of individuals and churches who are committed to fulfilling the Great Commission.
Keep the members of the Armenian Evangelical Church of Alfortville (Paris, France) who are still in shock from a 6:00 am, Sunday arson attack on the Church. According to reports, a trash bin in front of the Church was deliberately set on fire. Thankfully, firefighters arrived in time to extinguish the fire and prevent it from spreading. This is the third attack on the Church over the past year, the last one… Read More
Concerned with the welfare of families of martyred Armenian soldiers, and directed by AMAA Headquarters in Paramus, Harout Nercessian, AMAA Representative in Armenia, and Lusine Ohanyan, Coordinator of AMAA-Armenia’s External Affairs, visited Armenia’s First Deputy Minister of Defense, David Tonoyan. They discussed AMAA’s cooperation with the Defense Ministry in programs aimed at providing medical and humanitarian assistance to the wounded soldiers; humanitarian assistance and medical equipment AMAA had shipped to Armenia; AMAA’s… Read More
By Florence Avakian PARAMUS, NJ-The Centennial of any organization is an event of great pride and celebration. For the Armenian Missionary Association of America – AMAA, it is even more reason to continue its successful, century hammered programs of education, humanitarian work, youth camps, scholarships, and evangelism. On October 21, 2017, the AMAA will celebrate its Centennial on the East Coast at its annual meeting, followed by a grand banquet at the… Read More
It is hard to believe, but the crisis in Syria started six years ago. During these six years of fighting, civilians have been heavily affected by the war. Below is a summary update we recently received from Rev. Haroutune Selimian, President of the Armenian Protestant Community in Syria. When it comes to Aleppo we can say that the situation has improved for everyone. There has been a lot of work toward getting… Read More
You need to have courage to swim against the tide. Pope Francis By Zaven Khanjian, AMAA Executive Director/CEO Growing up in the Middle East, recollection of my conscious life mostly reveals a constant single direction of human migration to the West. It is true that our lives revolved around our insular communities and the notable migrating currents were from within. Not surprisingly, I discovered later in life that currents of indigenous Middle… Read More