The Council of Protestant Churches of Cameroon, a common platform for action by the main Lutheran, Reformed, Baptist and Anglican churches in the country, held its General Assembly at the end of March 2018 in Douala, hosted by UEBC. This GA marked the end of the presidency of Reverend Robert Daga Goyeck, after 12 years at the head of the institution, and the renewal of the management team, with Reverend Samuel Forba Fonki as new president.
The Council of Protestant Churches of Cameroon, formerly called the Federation of Evangelical Churches and Missions of Cameroon (FEMEC), is the common platform for action of the main Lutheran, Reformed, Baptist and Anglican churches in Cameroon. It brings together eleven Churches across the country: the Cameroon Baptist Convention (CBC), the Evangelical Church of Cameroon (EEC), the Lutheran Fraternal Church of Cameroon (EFLC), the African Protestant Church (EPA), the Presbyterian Church. in Cameroon (PCC), the Union of Evangelical Churches in Cameroon (UEEC), the Evangelical Lutheran Church of Cameroon (EELC), the Cameroonian Presbyterian Church (EPC), the Anglican Church (EA), and the Union of the Baptist Churches of Cameroon (UEBC). Thus, in Cameroon, the CEPCA claims 9.5 million faithful, or more than a third of the population – even if official estimates now place Protestantism at 26% of the population, behind the Catholics (around 40%) and ahead of the Muslims (20%).
The CPCC General Assembly, made up of elected representatives of churches, pastors or lay people, meets every two years.