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Congo Mission Network - Presbyterian Church (USA)
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The Congo Mission Network (CMN) is a grass-roots organization affiliated with the Presbyterian Church, U.S.A (PCUSA). Our goal is to partner with the Presbyterian Church in the Democratic Republic of Congo (CPC) and the Presbyterian Church of Kinshasa (CPK) to help the Congolese people improve their lives. To find out more about CMN, visit our About page.

The video below shows work with the Congo's schools that the Congo Mission Network supports. To receive a free copy, email your name and mailing address, to


Raising funds for new Bupole schools near Kananga

By Belinda Dickinson, 6/27/2016: The Presbytery of Sheppards and Lapsley is now raising funds to build the first of two schools in areas near Kananga. Updated June 17, 2016.    Read more ...

Invitation to the 2016 Congo Mission Conference

By Anne Crane, 3/21/2016: Please join us at the: International Conference & Meetings Celebrating the 125th Anniversary of the American Presbyterian Congo Mission & Future, September 7 - 10, 2016    Read more ...

East Congo Travel Seminars Reflections!

By Christi Boyd, 2/15/2016: This article has links to a series of reflections on the recent East Congo Travel Seminar on addressing Sexual Violence. These articles are very moving, so we encourage you read them!    Read more ...

Building Quality Schools in Congo (new brochure)

By Jan Sullivan, 10/25/2014: Congo Education Excellence Partners are helping transform the Congo's 979 Presbyterian Primary and Secondary Schools. We have a new brochure describing how you can help empower Congo's children by helping build quality schools.    Read more ...

Congo’s Presbyterian Schools Are Improving but Many Partners are Needed!

By Jan Sullivan, 9/1/2014: Congolese Presbyterians have started an EDUCATION REVOLUTION by beginning the transformation of their nearly 1000 schools and dramatically increasing the enrollment of girls! View the informative video "Empowering Congo's Children through Education" (in this article).    Read more ...