Hosted in the Church of Notre Dame, Carrefour Pastoral de la Francophonie is a not-for-profit catholic organization founded in 2006 by Father Jacques LaPointe, a Franciscan priest.
It aims to serve primarly French-speaking but also all immigrants in New York by promoting a sense of community through the provision of essential services for those in greatest need, as well as organizing numerous social, cultural, educational and spiritual activities, bringing members from diverse backgrounds together.
CPF works to promote the French language and French-speaking cultures in the United States and encourages dialogue between Americans and Francophones.
Social Services: Every Tuesdays (2pm to 4 pm and by appointment) and Sundays after mass, CFP offers various social services including a food pantry, clothing distribution, French language lessons for children, English language lessons for adults, and social and legal support services in specific domains.
Social Events: CPF also organizes a number of social events throughout the year to allow its members and other interested persons to meet each other and provide mutual help and advice for daily life. In particular, CPF organizes a coffee hour every Sunday following the French Mass at Notre Dame, as well as an annual Thanksgiving dinner.
CPF offers its services through collaboration with several partner organizations, including the Immigration Service as well as through the many benefactors and donors who have supported the association since 2006.
For more information, visit carrefourpastoraldelafrancophonie.org. You can also send an email to email@example.com
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