Our mission is to serve the physical and spiritual needs of our people both at home and overseas. To fulfill this worldwide mission, we maintain a range of educational, evangelistic, relief, social service, church and child care ministries in 24 countries around the world. Our mission and service ministry is made possible through the Grace of God and by the gifts of individuals and churches who are committed to fulfilling the Great Commission.
We thank God for all His blessings and for the miracles experienced every day. We have the pleasure to inform you that the situation in Aleppo has been getting better. The most positive outcome is that drinking water is in the taps since 2012! In spite of the mentioned developments, shells continue to fall in western Aleppo and especially in the predominantly Christian and non-Christian neighborhoods of Ferkan, Jabriye, Seif Aldawle, Azizieh,… Read More
Saturday, December 17th at Bloomingdale’s Glendale & South Coast Plaza, CA
In remembrance, we pay tribute to the thousands who perished on that fateful day, 28 years ago, when the northern regions of Armenia shook at 11:41 am from a devastating earthquake. We thank God for the ability to rebuild and redevelop the affected regions and continue working toward a full recovery. On the occasion of this anniversary, we present AMAA Gyumri Office Manager Mr. Karen Manukyan’s thoughts and reflections, as one who… Read More
Armenian Children’s Milk Fund Continues to Make a Lifelong Impact Proper nutrition is a guaranteed foundation for optimal growth and development of every child as well as strengthening the body’s resistance to illness. As poverty in Armenia continues to impact one-third of the population, newborns and infants are left especially vulnerable. As a means of helping to combat malnutrition, the Armenian Children’s Milk Fund (ACMF) is committed to continue giving Armenia’s most… Read More
AMAA’s Boston area Orphan and Child Care Committee members On September 29, the exquisite Wellesley Country Club was the setting for the AMAA Boston Area Orphan and Child Care Committee’s 25th Anniversary In The Spirit of Giving Gala. Committee Chair Michele Simourian proudly welcomed the largest crowd ever for this event. The elegant dining room was decorated with tables all in gold and white, lit by softly gleaming chandeliers, and bedecked with… Read More
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