Topic: AMAA

LEXINGTON, Mass. — Edward Avedisian, a supporter of many Armenian organizations who made news this past fall for his $100-million donation to Boston University, which led to the renaming of the medical school to the Boston University[...]

WATERTOWN — On Saturday November 14, the parishioners of the Armenian Memorial Church hosted the “Drive-Thru Breakfast for Artsakh” fundraiser at the church. Volunteers served more than 120 plates of breakfast, 78 orders of mammounia[...]

The Armenian Missionary Association of America (AMAA) this week issued a letter seeking help for the Armenian community in Lebanon, whose precarious fate was being battered by the fallout from the COVID-19 quarantine. The letter appears[...]

YEREVAN and NEW YORK — “Do your best when fulfilling anything; live having self-respect and remember that failure is not defeat yet; moreover, it is a lesson for not stumbling on your path ahead” said Dr. Vartan Gregorian in his[...]

NEW YORK — Peter Kougasian, Esq., former Board Member of the Armenian Missionary Association of American (AMAA) and Vice President and a long-time active member of the Armenian Evangelical Church in New York City, was honored on[...]

By Florence Avakian WALTHAM, Mass. — The 100th anniversary of any gathering is impressive; the weekend of October 18 to 20 the Armenian Missionary Association of America’s (AMAA) 100th Annual Meeting Banquet was especially noteworthy[...]

WATERTOWN — The 100th Annual Meeting of the Armenian Missionary Association of America (AMAA) was held at the Armenian Memorial Church of Watertown, on Saturday, October 19. AMAA President Nazareth Darakjian, MD, presided over the[...]

By Florence Avakian PARAMUS, N.J. — “We’ve got to do something,” they said, and they did, and continue to do so, declared Zaven Khanjian, executive director and CEO of the Armenian Missionary Association of America, (AMAA). The[...]

By Dianne Chilingerian BOSTON — A perfect evening in early May enticed over 100 guests to the 2019 Armenian Missionary Association of America’s Boston Orphan and Child Care event “Changing Children’s Lives 30 Years and Counting”[...]

By Louisa Janbazian SHERMAN OAKS, Calif. — On Wednesday, January 16, Arayik Harutyunyan, Minister of Education and Science of the Republic of Armenia, visited the Merdinian School, accompanied by John Shirajian, president of Armenian[...]