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Salem Gospel Ministries Pastoral Counseling Services and the Francophone African & Haitian Immigrant Pastoral Coalition

To address some of the health and social issues facing Francophone immigrants, Salem Gospel Ministries is leading the Francophone African and Haitian Immigrant Pastoral Coalition Services, a coalition of several of the Francophone African and Haitian churches in the Washington, DC metropolitan area.

This coalition jointly operates ESL classes, health care assistance, food pantries, legal assistance, health promotion programs, and clothing assistance.

A good deal of these services involves referrals to appropriate organizations and culturally appropriate pastoral counseling.

Baptist Ministry at George Washington University

Having served as the Baptist chaplain for more than five years at American University, Rev. Ngudiankama is now the Baptist chaplain at George Washington University.

He provides pastoral care to students, faculty, staff, and friends of GWU. As well as organizing outreach programs, webinars, conferences, and various projects aimed at improving the scholarly development of students, faculty, and university staff, he also promotes a global connectedness and a culture of wellbeing through conferences and projects ranging from health, development, peace, and conflict resolution.

Christians United for Peace and the Protection of the Environment (CUPPE)
"Chrétiens Unis pour la Paix et la protection de l'Environnement (CUPPE)"

The danger that the world is facing due to environmental damage is great. With increasing pollution, rampant deforestation, and uncontrolled urbanization, the diagnosis of planet earth in imminent and unavoidable peril is almost inevitable.

Africa, more particularly the Congo Basin, the equatorial forest, despite the systematic odious treatments it undergoes, still remains the hope of the world and an ecological entity to be saved in order to avoid this imminent global environmental disaster. An analogy, a metaphor, may nevertheless be appropriate to underline the systemic and endemic character of this environmental pathology. When a mother is assaulted, ill or dies, children are not spared either. In no city in sub-Saharan Africa are trees, forests, and rivers, essential to human well-being, religiously protected.

Christians United for Peace and the Protection of the Environment (CUPPE) is a joint initiative of GWU Baptist Pastoral Ministry and Salem Gospel Ministries. One of the main goals of this initiative is to raise awareness among Christians of their role in promoting peace and protecting the environment.

In Africa, the initiative is currently working with African Protestant and independent churches in the DRC and Angola by conducting webinars/seminars on the role of churches in promoting peace and engaging in concrete projects such as tree planting and river clean-ups.

For more information about Christians United for Peace and the Protection of the Environment, or if you would like to join our initiative, please contact Dr. Adrien N. Ngudiankama at 240 595 2127 or

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