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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 […]

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The Armenian Missionary Association of 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. Yet, the impact of this disaster have not remained confined to just those two states, as smoke and poor air quality spread throughout Australia and affected residents as far as 1,200 miles […]

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AMA-Australia’s Response to Bushfire Crisis

Lord, please provide strength and protection for those fighting to put out the fires and rescue lives. As the Australian bushfires continue to blaze past the 20-million-acres mark, the AMAA, alongside the rest of the world, remains heartbroken by the destruction in the beautiful states of New South Wales and Victoria. Yet, the impact of […]

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AMA-Australia Commemorates the 10th Anniversary of the Assassination of Hrant Dink

Rev. Youmshajekian, Mrs. Dink & Mr. Soghomonian This year marks the 10th anniversary of the assassination of journalist and human rights activist Hrant Dink. In honour of the memory of our national hero, the Armenian Missionary Association of Australia (AMA-Australia) invited his widow Mrs. Rakel Dink to Australia to commemorate with them his life and […]

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AMAA Executive Director/CEO Visits the Mission Field in Australia

2016 marks the 15th anniversary of the founding of the Armenian Missionary Association of Australia (AMA- Australia). Since its inception, AMA-Australia has provided the best possible volunteer work through its Board of Directors, no paid staff, and under the leadership and advice of its President and Executive Director Rev. Dr. Krikor Youmshajekian. To help celebrate […]

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Uniting Church in Australia Recognizes the Armenian Genocide

Sydney, NSW – The Uniting Church in Australia (UCA) has formally acknowledged that the Armenian massacres and forced deportations constitute a Genocide. The UCA is the third denomination at a national level to acknowledge the Genocide that took place 100 years ago. The UCA that came into being on June 22, 1977, after three denominations […]

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AMA-Australia Raises $200,000 During Centennial Celebration

Under the Auspices of Artsakh Prime Minister Mr. Harutunyan, AMAA’s Centennial Celebrations in Sydney, Australia Raises $200,000 for the Renovation Project of Artsakh KGs Sydney, NSW, AUS – The Armenian Missionary Association of America (AMAA), established in 1918 in Worcester, MA as a response to the suffering and the devastation of the Armenian Nation, proclaimed: […]

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