On the occasion of his assumption of the Office of the President of the Republic of Armenia we would like to extend to His Excellency, Dr. Armen Sarkissian, our warm greetings and congratulations.

We pray and wish that his leadership will bring prosperity and happiness to the people of Armenia and as a strong and sovereign state, secure peace in the region.

DAY OF ACTION Thursday, April 5, 2018
The Armenian American Museum is organizing a Day of Action on Thursday, April 5th when the Armenian American Community will come together to collectively sign and spread the Museum Petition. Your signature shows the public and government officials how tremendously impactful this project, to build the Armenian American Museum in Glendale, is to the multicultural fabric of America.

The AMAA is a proud supporter of this cause and encourages our members and friends to sign the petition.


Օն ի գործ, օն ի գործ,
Ով եղբայր, օն յառաջ

“To the work! To the work
We are servants of God.”
-Armenian Evangelical Hymn

‘Mission Accomplished’ proclamations are often premature.

As Americans, years ago, we witnessed President George W. Bush’s theatrical proclamation of ‘Mission Accomplished’ in San Diego. However, we are still in Iraq and we are also involved in Syria and …, and…, and…, and… The places are many and I am confident, with a bit of contemplation, you can name a few more.

Peace and Love

The steadfast love of the Lord never ceases, his mercies never come to an end; they are new every morning; great is your faithfulness. Lamentations 3:22-23

We live in a time of continual change. The world as we know it is tremendously different from the one we knew a mere 25 years ago. From technological advancements to recent world events, everyone is directly affected in one way or another. Yet, one thing remains constant. The love of our Lord and Savior.

Under the Auspices of Artsakh Prime Minister Mr. Harutunyan, AMAA’s Centennial Celebrations in Sydney, Australia Raises $200,000 for the Renovation Project of Artsakh KGs

Sydney, NSW, AUS – The Armenian Missionary Association of America (AMAA), established in 1918 in Worcester, MA as a response to the suffering and the devastation of the Armenian Nation, proclaimed: We founded the Armenian Missionary Association of America with a deep conviction that our martyred Armenian nation will survive and will continue to exist as a nation… Therefore, it is indispensable that we contribute to the revitalization of our Armenian heritage and spiritual life. (Rev. Mihran T. Kalaidjian, first Executive Director of AMAA, 1918).