Our mission is to serve the physical/spiritual needs of our people at home and overseas. To fulfill this mission, we maintain a range of educational, evangelistic, relief, social service, and child care ministries in 24 countries. This is made possible through the Grace of God and the gifts of individuals and churches committed to the Great Commission: “Go into all the world and preach the gospel to all creation.” -Mark 16:15
Our witness in the Diaspora is growing, and our visibility is increasing. We rejoice in bearing witness to the truth of the gospel, and we thank God for the life given to us through our Savior Jesus Christ.
We will reflect on this and Revival Through Missions at the 24th Biennial Assembly of the AEUNA, in Burbank, California, June 28-July 1, 2018. Delegates and attendees will be learning how our Union is making the witness of Armenian Evangelicals worldwide more visible in many diaspora activities. A wonderful program is planned around our theme for the Assembly.
Applauding a Democratic Victory
Responding to eleven days of public unrest and mass demonstrations all across the republic, Prime Minister Serge Sargsyan discerningly resigned from his post in leading the country beyond his two presidential terms.
We welcome Mr. Sargsyan’s resignation and hail the peaceful exercise of democratic principles and constitutional rights by the people. We hope and pray that this step will pave the way to a peaceful transition to a new administration where the people will continue to enjoy basic human rights and the Homeland will jumpstart a new wave of economic development.
Message from Zaven Khanjian, AMAA Executive Director/CEO
It has been three years since we commemorated the Centennial of the Armenian Genocide.
It was a solemn occasion, a distinct anniversary. An occasion to relive the anguish and yet rejoice the miracle of survival. An anniversary that stirred both sorrow and pride in our collective soul.
It was an occasion to reckon that over many decades since we made the transition from lamenting the agony of the loss to an era we jumpstarted our quest for justice, a lot had been accomplished.
It is with deep sorrow that we share the sad news of the passing of Rev. Dr. Ara Jizmejian, Eastern Region Minister to Youth for the Armenian Evangelical Union of North America, early Thursday morning, April 12, 2018.
We offer our condolences to his wife Sylvia; his children, Garen, Cedric and Ara Junior; his parents Mihran and Vartoug Jizmejian, all his pastoral colleagues, the AEYF EAstern Region youth, Camp AREV community, and all others he ministered to.
On the occasion of his assumption of the Office of the President of the Republic of Armenia we would like to extend to His Excellency, Dr. Armen Sarkissian, our warm greetings and congratulations.
We pray and wish that his leadership will bring prosperity and happiness to the people of Armenia and as a strong and sovereign state, secure peace in the region.
DAY OF ACTION Thursday, April 5, 2018
The Armenian American Museum is organizing a Day of Action on Thursday, April 5th when the Armenian American Community will come together to collectively sign and spread the Museum Petition. Your signature shows the public and government officials how tremendously impactful this project, to build the Armenian American Museum in Glendale, is to the multicultural fabric of America.
The AMAA is a proud supporter of this cause and encourages our members and friends to sign the petition.