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The AMAA Boston Orphan & Child Care Committee is back with an awesome Evening of Food and Fun at the stunning Wellesley Country Club, Wednesday November 10, 2021. Former Miss Boston, the lovely Kristina Ayanian, will emcee the event, and inspiring Berklee Professor, guitarist, and composer, John Baboian will perform. The event will feature both live and silent auctions, showcasing exciting gifts, sports packages, in-demand tickets, and more. Best of all, the evening is an opportunity to turn out, connect, and impact the lives of Armenian children and families in Armenia and Artsakh.
A Message by Rev. Dr. Vahan H. Tootikian
Executive Director of the Armenian Evangelical World Council
The second Sunday of October is “Armenian Evangelical Ministers’ Appreciation Sunday.” This year our meditation will focus on the relations of pastor and his/her congregation. When we think of good pastor, we recall the description of the good shepherd by Jesus in John 10:1-18. Jesus speaks of himself as the Good Shepherd. There can be no fullness of life apart from the Shepherd. He is both the safety and source of supply to meet the daily needs of his sheep. He provides for, protects, and even lays down his life for his sheep. His purpose in doing this is
Featuring Emcee, Miss Grand Armenia and Former Miss Boston, Kristina Ayanian Performance by John Baboian,Berklee Professor,guitarist, and composer 11/10/21, 6:30pm – 9:00pmWellesley Country Club300 Wellesley Ave.Wellesley Hills, MA 02481
Division and Defiance Leave Armenia Facing Threatening Questions, But Positive Signs Slowly Emerge
By Aren Deyirmenjian, AMAA Armenia Deputy Representative
A year after the war in Artsakh, discontent within Armenians has intensified rather than diminished. Possibly for the first time in a long while, we feel weak and beaten. A year ago today, we woke up to the devastating news of the attack. But after the initial shock, there was confidence and belief. “We Shall Win” slogans put everywhere and repeated continuously. People truly believed it up until the last moment. Defeat was just too unimaginable.
Looking Back on a Year of Assault & Recovery September 27, 2021 Armenian history is full of tragic dates in which significant human and material losses have been inflicted on the Armenian nation. September 27, 2020 has come to take its place in that infamous row of dates, one more date that we will commemorate with awe and respect to the thousands who gave their lives for the homeland. This is not… Read More
On September 21, 2021 the Republic of Armenia celebrates the 30th anniversary of its independence. The most somber one in the history of the young republic.. The shadow of the 2020 Artsakh war and its horrific consequences lay heavy on Armenians, both in the Homeland and the Diaspora. Division runs deep and the public discourse is ugly. Some are sunk deep into depression and stuck there in a state of paralysis.
It is with great sorrow that we share the unfortunate news of the passing of Peter Kougasian, Esq. on Monday, September 6, 2021. Peter was an elected member of the AMAA Board since 1996, serving as both Vice President and as Chairman of the Armenia Committee. He also served as Moderator of the Armenian Evangelical Church of New York for many years. Peter was Assistant District Attorney in New York. Joining the… Read More