Armenian Christmas Message by Rev. Serop Megerditchian, Senior Pastor of Armenian Cilicia Evangelical Church of Pasadena and Vice Moderator of the Armenian Evangelical Union of North America The virgin will conceive and give birth to a son, and they will call him Immanuel (which means “God with us”). –Matthew 1:23 January 6: Christmas. The Armenian nation celebrates the birth of the Lord Jesus. God incarnated and became man with the birth of… Read More

We are hard pressed on every side, but not crushed; perplexed, but not in despair; persecuted, but not abandoned; struck down, but not destroyed. -2nd Corinthians 4:8-9 The AMAA would like to thank all who joined us in prayer during AMAA’s Pray + Act For Armenia + Artsakh held on Saturday, January 7, 2023. We would like to especially thank AMAA’s Christian Life Committee Chair, Rev. Dr. Haig Kherlopian, State Minister to Artsakh, Mr. Ruben Vardanyan, Advisor… Read More

Chronic power outages have long been a way of life in Lebanon and the crisis does not appear to have a solution arising anytime soon. People, businesses, and institutions have had to rely on expensive private generators as the electricity crisis has worsened exponentially in the past year. Can you imagine yourself having to rely on only one hour of electricity within 24 hours of each day? The benefits of this solar… Read More

A Message by Zaven Khanjian, AMAA Executive Director/CEO

After an absence of five years, the AMAA Annual Meeting and Banquet returned to New Jersey bringing back its gracious mission partners from all around the world.

Tonight, a graceful Banquet Committee, diligently chaired by Vahram and Lucienne Aynilian, delightfully entertained us. We honored our global partners and were touched by their amazing stories shared in live and moving pictures.

The AMAA is saddened to announce the passing of Edward Avedisian, AMAA Board and Committee Member, longtime supporter, founder, and principal benefactor of AMAA’s Khoren and Shooshanig Avedisian School and Community Center, on Wednesday, December 7, 2022. “Mr. Ed Avedisian was a humble man with a very generous heart and an immense love for Armenia and Armenian heritage. His legacy will remain alive for all of us and especially the generations of… Read More

A message by Reverend Hendrik ShanazarianMinister to the Armenian Evangelical Union of North America (AEUNA) Thirty-four years ago, a 6.8 magnitude earthquake with maximum intensity shook Armenia on December 7 at 11:41 am and together with it shook the whole world because of its immense destruction and mortality rate. Time stopped for more than 25,000 Armenians living in the northern cities or Armenia; and those who survived relived that moments of trauma… Read More