We are always in need of help at the Church, from Sunday Morning Worship needs to Special Events (like VBS or the Harvest Festival). If you are interested in helping out or have an idea for ministry you don’t see listed below, please contact us and let us know!
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Programs & Volunteers
• Audio/Visual (includes cd recording, sound system management, etc.)
• Set up/Clean up for luncheons
• Childcare during special events or services
• Special Needs team (ready to make meals and deliver them to those in need)
Camp Arev is the only Armenian Evangelical summer camp/conference center in the United States. It is active all through the year but especially during the summer months, during which our young people, in different age groups, attend life changing Christian conferences. Many come to know Christ as their personal Savior, or if they are already believers, get stronger in their commitment. There is much work to be done at the camp ground and with your help it can be done.
C. & E. Merdinian Evangelical School
Besides providing a quality education, this school exposes its students to Christian values. Students, who come from different backgrounds, must attend chapel services, hymn singing, and Bible classes and is their only exposure to Christian teaching. Merdinian School is a mission field that deserves our support.
The Annie Kartozian Fund
25% of the Fall Missions Luncheon is the source of this fund. Monies may be used for scholarships of Armenian students studying for the Mission field.
This ministry is an outreach to people in Iran. It operates a training center in turkey and Armenia, where Iranian Christians receive training and go back to their country of origin and start an "underground church" (home church). Elam ministries aims to share "The Love of Christ in Iran and Beyond." if you would like more information, statistics or photographs concerning Elam Ministries, please refer to their website at www.elam.com
Church Planter in Japan - Steve Niksarian
Former member of UACC, Steve Niksarian is a church planter in Japan, using his musical and teaching talents to reach people in the town of Sendai. He lives in the upstairs of a small house in a residential neighborhood and holds church services downstairs in the living areas. He teaches English and runs the Zion Kids Club which offers families a wholesome and safe environment where children can play, learn new songs and hear Bible stories.
Mission Aviation Fellowship (Rick & Becky)
Rick & Becky and their children are finding out how the Lord leads in directions that they never dreamed they would go. During the last nine years they worked as missionaries in Suriname, South America. Rick & Becky finished their project, turned it over to their Suriname local counterparts, and are now in Moscow, Russia. Please keep Rick and Becky in your prayers.
Wycliffe Bible Translators (Anne and Ken Haugh)
Anne & Ken Hough live in Indonesia and he serves as a principal of a Mission school helping missionary children receive an education, while their parents are in the field. They have 2 children.
Arevig Center in Aleppo
This center provides a Christian home for mentally disabled children and young adults. it is also sponsored by the Armenian churches in Aleppo.
Church in Nor Marash (Lebanon)
This is a large Armenian Protestant Church in a very poor area in Lebanon. It has very little funds to support this ministry. It also has a school adjacent to the church. It needs our moral and committed support. It has a congregation of about 175 people.