Project AGAPE – ministry to Armenia and to
some of our most desperate Christian brothers
and sisters – is a collaborative effort of the
North Carolina and the Western North
Carolina Conferences of The United Methodist
Church in a joint effort with the Armenian
All of our work in Armenia is totally funded by
your financial support. Please prayerfully consider
giving to this wonderful mission! 100% of your
gift goes to the ministry.
106 Years of Armenian Genocide
– Tired, hungry, thirsty, with torn clothes, we were walking barefoot through a village. If I’m not mistaken, it was in the field of Moosh. Suddenly we saw water, and we all ran to the water as if gaining new strength. Read more…
Share a smile with a Child!
It is time once again to begin filling Christmas boxes for Armenia. For several years, the NC Conference has adopted Project AGAPE Christmas boxes as a conference-wide mission project. Please join us in 2023, as we fill plastic gift boxes with expressions of Christ’s love to send to Project Agape for the children of Armenia. Here are the items that will be accepted in the Christmas boxes.
Project AGAPE UPDATES
Most every ministry has had to make some pivot—some change of direction—during the COVID-19 pandemic. Our ministry to Armenia and Artsakh, which we call Project AGAPE, also has to make a pivot.
Read the Project AGAPE Newsletters and see more Information
You’re invited to a Project AGAPE Christmas box packing event! We need your help to pack boxes on November 28 and December 2. This is a wonderful opportunity to give […] Continue Reading→
This is what Rev. Bill Haddock shared with the attendees of the Project AGAPE 30 year ministry celebration. Nara Melkonyan, missionary and Project AGAPE Country Director has requested funding to […] Continue Reading→
Because of a recent military action in Nagorno-Karabakh, thousands of ethnic Armenians are having to leave their homes. Many of these persons were clients who were helped by Project Agape […] Continue Reading→