Presentation of the Protestant Council of Rwanda (CPR)
The Protestant Council of Rwanda (CPR) is a public and religious based organizations founded by 4 protestant Churches in 1963 and obtained its legal status through the ministerial order No 112/08 of 5th November 1963. As time went on, it grew tremendously to currently count 19 churches and 5 Christian organizations.
This presentation highlights the CPR vision, mission, core values, and organizational structure.
Vision of CPR
To work for a Rwanda where all people live in unity, justice, peace and prosperity in obedience to God and at peace with one another.
Mission of CPR
To promote unity of action and vision of Christian churches in Rwanda according to John 17.21 for the evangelistic witness and for the well-being of the people of Rwanda.