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Jinishian Memorial Program
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Eliza Minasyan 
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JMP enables Armenians in need, especially genocide survivors and their descendants, to move from poverty and despair to self-sufficiency and hope.

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What is the Jinishian Memorial Program?

An ecumenical relief and development agency of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), the Jinishian Memorial Program (JMP) enables Armenians in need to move from poverty and despair to self-sufficiency and hope — through relief, development and spiritual uplift. In 1967 Vartan H. Jinishian’s bequest to the church was made in loving memory of his parents, the Rev. and Mrs. Haroutune Jinishian of Marash, Turkey, to address continued hardships faced by Armenians in need overseas.

JMP is a World Mission ministry of the Presbyterian Mission Agency. Through community-based projects, health and social services, and critical relief efforts, we serve thousands of Armenians each year. We are particularly attuned to the most vulnerable of Armenian societies, including neglected elderly and as families with children, whose income is below the poverty level. Vocational training, revolving loan funds, children's summer camps, and youth civic engagement programs reflect our sustainable investment in a stronger future for these communities.

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PC(USA) Commemorates the Armenian Genocide

On June 20, in Detroit, Michigan, the Presbyterian Church (USA) voted to recognize the Armenian Genocide, urging congregations to commemorate its centennial in 2015, and directing church leadership to call upon the United States President and Congress to condemn the acts as genocide as well. Continue reading

Link to PDF of the Resolution

Read a reflection about genocide and justice by a Syrian Armenian pastor, the Rev. Serop Megerditchian. Download Just 0r Unjust Life? A Resource for Reflection.

Read a series from Facing History and Ourselves: "Crimes Against Humanity and Civilization: The Genocide of the Armenians"

Read a history of the Armenian genocide.


A Prayer of Hope for Syria

“So do not fear, for I am with you; do not be dismayed, for I am your God. I will strengthen you and help you; I will uphold you with my righteous right hand.” (Isaiah 41:10)

We trust you, O Lord. You are the solid rock upon which we build our lives, and we pray and ask you to give peace to our hearts, to our country and to the whole world. Peace comes with forgiving and loving. We gain strength by loving each other. We cannot live on this earth without faith, hope and love. Only your promises give us hope and courage during these difficult days.

 “And after you have suffered for a little while, the God of all grace, who has called you to his eternal glory in Christ, will restore, support, strengthen, and establish you.” (1 Peter 5:7-10)

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