Resources in Lebanon

Country Fact Sheet on Lebanon

Presbyterian Ministry at the United Nations (PMUN) has compiled a new resource for Presbyterians. This 2-page country fact sheet on Lebanon summarizes the work currently undertaken by the various UN agencies. The fact sheet also highlights Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.)’s historical and current partnerships with our church partners in the country, the guiding PC(USA) General Assembly… Read more »

Lucy Dergarabedian Prayer Card

Lucy Dergarabedian prayer card Lucy is passionate to find different ways to bridge the knowledge between head and heart, to shine amid darkness. Her call has been honed and shaped over thirty years of service in different settings, creating a place of home coming and welcome to all those who are hurting, suffering, or in need of companionship, resources,… Read more »

Jinishian Jottings Winter 2016

Mission updates from the Middle East and Armenia. Read hopeful reports from within Syria and among refugees. With help from JMP, one family is making a life against the odds in Aleppo, and one refugee is rebuilding his life in Lebanon after devastating loss. The Jinishian Memorial Program has served within these communities for 50… Read more »

Jinishian Catalog 2014

Jinishian Catalog 2014

Less than 300 miles from Bethlehem, an Armenian family in Syria lives as refugees in their own city. Yet they are not alone—the Jinishian Memorial Program (JMP) is bringing laughter to war-traumatized children at a Christmas party. We’re providing fuel for winter. We help give life-saving care to the injured.

Jinishian Jottings Spring 2014

Jinishian Jottings Spring 2014

In this issue: Presbyterians call for Armenian Genocide Recognition and Commemoration; Survivors in Syria have a legacy of faith; Carnegie Calian reflects on disclosing mistakes; At-risk teens in Lebanon find hope; High school debate team goes international; Jinishian brings smiles to children in Armenia

Jinishian Jottings Fall 2013

Along with fine-tuned relief work in response to the Syrian crisis, we continue the long-term development work you see in this issue. Stories of our micro-loan programs offer a glimpse of how Jinishian helps families and communities experience lasting change. Those projects bring hope and provide a foundation for a better future.

Jinishian Jottings Spring 2013

Jinishian Jottings Spring 2013 “Find stories of resolve, courage and ingenuity in the face of the tragic, and often unforeseeable, consequences of war. Jinishian has brought compassion where there is brutality, dedication where there was neglect, and adaptability even when the obstacles surround us on all sides.”

Jinishian Jottings Fall 2012

2012 Jinishian Jottings Fall Newsletter “This is the time when it is tremendously important not to abandon the most vulnerable.” In the midst of political and economic crises, the Jinishian Memorial Program has persevered. Stories include: Courageous partners in Syria continue critical health care programs; Working in community reduces and prevents human suffering in Lebanon; Thousands of Armenian children learn… Read more »