TO OUR CHILDREN IN ARMENIA & ARTSAKH Even though the Christmas season is still months away, the AMAA has already begun preparations to bring ‘Christmas Joy’ to children in Armenia and Artsakh! AMAA’s Christmas Joy Program brings smiles and fun celebrations to thousands of needy children throughout Armenia and Artsakh. From music and dancing, to Christmas plays and narrations, the true message of Christmas is proclaimed. Your donation of a Christmas Joy… Read More

175th Anniversary of the Evangelical Church of Armenia Celebrations in the Homeland

Evangelical Church of Armenia’s HAYASA theatrical group presents the play “Hayrig” (Daddy) Depicting the Life of Rev. Aharon Shirajian, a savior of Armenian Orphans The final event of the Armenian Evangelical Church’s 175th Anniversary celebration in Armenia was held on Thursday, July 7, 2022, as the Evangelical Church of Armenia’s “Hayasa” theatrical group presented the play “Hayrig” at the Theater of the Young Spectator. The actors, ranging in age from very young… Read More

Following the Armenian Evangelical Church’s 175th Anniversary commemorative events in Armenia, Armenian Missionary Association of America Executive Director/CEO Zaven Khanjian, along with his wife Sona, traveled to Istanbul on Friday, July 16, 2022, for a short mission field visit where they were welcomed by Rev. Kirkor Ağabaloğlu, Pastor of the Armenian Evangelical Church in Gedikpaşa. On Sunday, July 17, Mr. Khanjian participated in the Worship Service of the Armenian Evangelical Church in… Read More

AMAA Boston Orphan & Child Care Committee Presents an evening of Wine Tasting, Food, Child Sponsorship Opportunities, and Silent Auction featuring Storica Fine Wines of Armenia, to raise funds for the Orphan & Child Care Programs. 09 | 28 | 20226:30 – 9:00 PMWELLESLEY COUNTRY CLUB300 Wellesley AvenueWellesley, MA 02481 The committee, chaired by Susan Adamian Covo and Phyllis Dohanian, welcomes all to join in and appreciate all that we have by… Read More

By Rev. L. Nishan Bakalian* Early on Sunday morning, July 3, 2022, overseas visitors and local church members made their way to the north of Armenia, to the city of Stepanavan, to offer praises to God for his many blessings, particularly for a trio of observances: the dedication of the Armenian Missionary Association of America’s (AMAA) new Ministry Center, the dedication of the renovated Evangelical Church of Armenia (ECA) building, and most… Read More

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