The Armenian Missionary Association of America and the2022 Banquet Co-Chairs, Mr. & Mrs. Vahram & Lucienne Aynilian,invite you to join us in October for the 103rd AMAA Annual Meeting Banquet. Click here for additional information.

40th Anniversary Celebratory Dinner of Merdinian School and 25th Anniversary of Merdinian Women’s AuxiliaryAppreciates Dr. Vahe Nalbandian’s 15 Years of Dedicated ServiceAnd Pays Tribute to the Members of the Women’s Auxiliary Train up a child in the way he should go, and when he is old, he will not depart from it. Proverbs 22:6 By Louisa Janbazian, Co-Chair of Merdinian School Women’s Auxiliary Phoenicia restaurant’s banquet hall in Glendale was filled to… Read More

AMAA welcomed a delegation from Artsakh, headed by Artsakh Foreign Minister David Babayan at a dinner reception held on September 27, 6pm at Merdinian Armenian Evangelical School in Sherman Oaks, CA. Zaven Khanjian, AMAA Executive Director/ CEO welcomed the guests to the social hall of the school where, after introductions and welcoming words Mr. Babayan presented a gift of remembrance to AMAA which was received by AMAA President Dr. Nazareth Darakjian.

AMAA Annual Meeting Banquet Co-Chairs Mr. and Mrs. Vahram & Lucienne Aynilian Invite the Community to Honor AMAA’s Global Partners on October 22, 2022 By Elise Kalfayan Long serving and dedicated leaders within the Armenian Missionary Association of America (AMAA), Mr. & Mrs. Vahram and Lucienne Aynilian are co-chairs of its 103rd Annual Meeting Banquet and well-suited to the event’s theme, “Empowering AMAA’s Global Mission.” The banquet will honor The Armenian Missionary… Read More

A Message by Viktor Karapetyan, AMAA Representative in Artsakh Was it just yesterday or a long time ago? It was only two years… already two years.  Two long and fast-paced years have passed since the unrestrained Artsakh war of 2020. And since those fierce days, time has been ticking away only with the hands of the clock. The pain and anger have stopped in the eyes and in the heart of the… Read More

The long awaited commemoration of the Armenian Evangelical Church (AEC) is over. The Opera spectacle, the collective brainstorming, the worship and dedication services are all over. The gala, feasts and fellowships are history, and we have all returned home. As I ponder our many activities in July, my outlook turns toward the 200th Anniversary of the Armenian Evangelical Church which will occur in 2046. I will probably not be there. But I… Read More

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