Reflections three years after the Beirut Port explosion by Rev. L. Nishan Bakalian*   From out of the city the dying groan, And the soul of the wounded cries for help. -Job 24:12         Lebanon is a wounded country. Although some may have the ability to accommodate to the layers of misfortune added each week or month, the majority continue to be crushed under the weight of a nonchalant… Read More

…to save the date and join us for an evening of fun, dinner and music
to benefit
The Khoren & Shooshanig Avedisian School and Community Center in Yerevan, Armenia 

Thursday, November 2, 2023
Wellesley Country Club
Wellesley Hills, MA

AMAA’s Artsakh Team Holds Day Camp for Children Under Blockade   With God’s guidance and protection, the Armenian Missionary Association of America (AMAA) Artsakh team held its annual Summer Day Camp for Children in Stepanakert which is under the blockade. From July 10-21, the Camp was held in two shifts with over 175 children participating in Camp activities. The Camp was unique this year in every way because it was organized and… Read More

Armenian Evangelical College Celebrates 100th Anniversary with a Memorable Weekend of Events in Los Angeles The Armenian Evangelical College located in Beirut, Lebanon is proud to commemorate its 100th Anniversary in Los Angeles, CA during the period of September 29 – October 1, 2023, under the auspices of the Armenian Missionary Association of America (AMAA). Alumni members and friends will gather at the Sheraton Universal, Studio City, to mark this momentous occasion…. Read More

Follow your dream… AMAA’s Avedisian School’s 2022-23 Graduation Ceremony Held in Yerevan   “Just as a mother bird soars her nourished, winged chicks, I wish you the same to you. Follow your dream, soar boldly. Don’t slack off, don’t hesitate, don’t be lazy. Study, work, be brave. Love and be loved. Appreciate study, work, wisdom… “AMAA’s Khoren and Shooshanig Avedisian School Principal Melania Geghamyan’s farewell message to the seventh graduation of the… Read More

Salutes His Great Legacy  By Elise Kalfayan  The Armenian Missionary Association of American (AMAA) mourns the passing of Dr. Richard G. Hovannisian, preeminent Armenian History scholar, author of the definitive history of the First Republic of Armenia, past long-time chair of the UCLA Modern Armenian Studies Program, and one of the founders of the Society for Armenian Studies. Dr. Hovannisian personally inspired many leaders of the AMAA. He generously shared his knowledge… Read More

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