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Below is the most recent update the AMAA has received from Rev. Haroutune Selimian, President of the Armenian Protestant Community in Syria. We ask that you continue to keep our brothers and sisters in your prayers. Since the month of April 2016, Aleppo has been going through a hellish war, which just seems to be getting worse and worse. I’m writing this, as we see shells continue falling on civilian areas where… Read More
AMAA Sponsorship Program at the Khoren and Shooshanig Avedisian School Milena’s favorite subject at school is math. She is a first grader attending the Khoren and Shooshanig Avedisian School. Coming to school every day is a joy for her. Her father, a deliveryman, suffers from severe joint pain and is unable to fully provide for the family of seven who all live in a partially built one floor home, which is in need of… Read More
Clockwise from middle left to right: Joseph and Joyce Stein, Sona Khanjian and AMAA Executive Director/CEO Zaven Khanjian, ROA Ambassador Grigor Hovhannissian, AMAA President, Dr. Nazareth Darakjian, Haigazian University Trustee Chair, Dr. Ani Darakjian, founding President of Haigazian University Honoree Rev. Dr. John and Mrs. Inge Markarian AMAA 97th ANNUAL MEETING BANQUET: FAITHFUL TO OUR LEGACY After a few days of 97th Annual Meeting related activities, hosted by the Armenian Martyrs’ Congregational… Read More
Benefiting from Rev. Haroutune Selimian’ s visit to Paramus, NJ, the Armenian Missionary Association of America (AMAA) organized an event on October 26, 2016 at the Armenian Presbyterian Church in Paramus, NJ to hear updates on Aleppo. Rev. Selimian is the President of the Armenian Evangelical Community in Syria and Pastor of the Armenian Evangelical Bethel Church in Aleppo. During the five-year war, which continues to be in escalation mode, Rev. Selimian… Read More
Come and Learn How Aleppo is Coping Wednesday, October 26th Rev. Haroutune Selimian is the President of the Armenian Evangelical Community in Syria and has lived through the Syrian crisis for the past five years. Rev. Selimian is the courageous leader shepherding the flock, injecting hope and overlooking the safety and well-being of the community. His seat is in Aleppo, the crucified war torn city, center of worldwide attention and… Read More