Letter of Solidarity

Your Excellency:

Mr. Arayik Harutyunyan,
President of the Artsakh Republic

Dear Mr. President and the Chief Commander of the brave Artsakh Army,

We salute you for your brave leadership and commitment during these critical times, as you and our brave people of Artsakh are facing courageously the evil enemy, whose intentions are very clear; to break us and invade the land of our forefathers. We believe that the strong and brave people of Artsakh, with your leadership, will win the war and protect the land and the people of Artsakh.

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Armenia and Artsakh: The Doves Will Fly Again

Dear children of God,
Dear friends,

A danger of extinction is looming over the heads of our kin in Artsakh.

An existential threat shadows the sovereign states of Armenia and Artsakh.

We are witnessing an uninhibited emergence of a century old evil on the Western and Eastern borders of our homeland,

But our cry is for PEACE.

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Artsakh in Our Hearts

Yesterday, Sunday 27 September 2020 afternoon Sydney time, we were devastated to receive the disturbing news from our beloved Artsakh. Since seven in the morning, Artsakh time, Azeris with their allies and hired mercenaries launched an aggressive military attack and declared war against Artsakh, creating panic and fear in the Armenian civilian population. There were several air strikes on the border and also in the capital Stepanakert.

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Prayer for Lebanon

On Tuesday, August 4, 2020 at 6:10 pm a powerful explosion in the port area of Beirut shook the beautiful city. This unprecedented explosion left behind hundreds of dead, thousands injured and over 300,000 people homeless in just a matter of seconds. Many lost loved ones, family members, friends and colleagues. The blast was so powerful that it was felt miles away, leaving behind destruction, devastation and debris.

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AMA-Australia Fundraising Surpasses $2,000,000

The Armenian Missionary Association of Australia, run by all volunteers, has reached an important milestone through its fundraising efforts. Since its inception, the AMA-Australia, have raised over $2,000,000. Securing two Endowment Funds for education, the Anthony Rozanski ($500,000) and the Barkev Ishkhanian Fund ($50,000). The income from the funds is used to support students in Lebanon.

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On the Occasion of the 174th Anniversary of the Armenian Evangelical Church – Church Anniversary Reflections

July 1 marks the 174th anniversary of the Armenian Evangelical Church. This year, because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the celebrations will be limited and it will be only organised by local churches around the world, whether virtual or small gatherings due to social distancing.

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Support the COVID-19 Response Fund

The AMA-Australia’s Board of Directors is aware of the financial difficulties that our brothers and sisters in Armenia/Artsakh & Lebanon have been struggling with COVID-19 pandemic. Based on this fact, we have resolved to extend our helping hand to aid those who have lost income and are unable to care for their families.


AMA-Australia Donates $10,000 to NSW Rural Fire Services

Earlier this year, the Australian bushfires destroyed over 20-million-acres mark causing major destruction in the beautiful states of New South Wales and Victoria.

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AMA-AUS & AMAA Jointly Support the Higher Ed. of Fr. Ardag

Upon the request of His Holiness Aram I, Catholicos of the Holy Sea of Cilicia, the AMA-Australia has committed to provide the means and to fully sponsor Fr. Ardag for his advanced theological training at Charles Sturt University’s School of Theology.

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Child Sponsorship

AMAA and it’s Child Sponsors have helped enhance the lives of many Armenian Children

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AMA-Australia Raises $35,000 For "Shogh" Day Centers in Armenia and Artsakh

The AMA-Australia set a goal in 2019 to raise funds to support AMAA’s “Shogh” Educational Day Care Centers in Armenia and Artsakh…

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AMAA's Two Artsakh KGs Renovated and Furnished

Funded by the Armenian Missionary Association of Australia, the AMAA’s Hagop and Lydia Baghdikian Kindergarten in Stepanakert and Rev. Dr. Movses Janbazian Kindergarten in Martakert were renovated and furnished in late 2018.

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Armenian Missionary Association of Australia

The Armenian Missionary Association of Australia (AMA-Australia) is a registered Incorporation in Australia and pursues the same aims as the Armenian Missionary Association of America (AMA America), which is to extend a helping hand to our Armenian brothers and sisters in Armenia and the Middle East, who are struggling and facing a hard time to make ends meet.

Since the launch in 2001 the AMA-Australia has organised various programs and fundraisers to raise funds to support the needy. The programs have included social and cultural initiatives.

We also have a sponsorship program for children in Armenia and students in Lebanon.

In 2021 we will celebrate the 20th Anniversary of the AMA-Australia.

Since it’s inception, the AMA-Australia, run by all volunteers, have raised over $2,000,000.

Our aim is to let as many people know the works of this organisation, and help fundraising efforts to fuel projects in 2020 & 2021, ESPECIALLY in these tough times for our Armenian brothers and sisters in the Middle East.

Recent Projects

The AMA Australia has embarked on journey of mission and adopted many projects during the last twenty years. The main projects of the Association since its formation are the Child Scholarship Program to needy children in Armenia, Education Sponsorship Program for needy students in Lebanon and Syria, Relief aid to Armenia and in the last few years especially for Syria.

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We Need Your Help

The AMAA has sponsorship programs to provide financial assistance to children in Armenia and students in Lebanon. The AMAA also raises funds to support a range of projects which includes evangelistic, relief, social services, church and child care ministries both at home and overseas and appeals to its members to give donations when natural disasters occur in Australia and around the world. We need your help to make this a reality and help change people’s lives.

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