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The Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) celebrates almost 150 years of ministry in Cameroon. Our engagement in Cameroon involves ministry through mission personnel and our partner church relationships. The PC(USA) joins its partners in Cameroon in a holistic approach to ministry that includes education and leadership development, health ministries, community development, evangelism and new church development.
Cameroonians say their country is where you can find a little bit of all of Africa, with its ecological variety and its diversity of peoples and languages. Our Presbyterian partners reflect this diversity — one is principally English-speaking and the others French-speaking.
The PC(USA) engages the wider church community in Cameroon through the Federation of Evangelical Churches and Missions (FEMEC) in Cameroon.
Eglise Presbyterienne Camerounaise (EPC)
Presbyterian Church in Cameroon (PCC)
The REseau de LUtte contre la FAim (RELUFA—Joining Hands network in Cameroon) is a nonpartisan national network of Cameroonian mainstream churches and ecumenical and secular nonprofit organizations. The 20 member organizations come from all regions in Cameroon and have joined forces for common action against hunger, poverty, and socio-economic and environmental injustice. Since 2001 RELUFA enjoys legal status under Cameroonian law.
Cameroon Mission Network
The Cameroon Mission Network is among more than 40 networks that connect Presbyterians who share a common mission interest. Most participants are involved in mission partnerships through congregations, presbyteries or synods. Network members come together to coordinate efforts, share best practices and develop strategies.
Learn more about Cameroon
See the 2016 Presbyterian Mission Yearbook for Prayer & Study, p. 137