To enrich the whole being of BIMAU members, we organize the following activities:

Spiritual:  We have weekly Bible studies on Wednesdays (from 2:00pm to 2:40pm in the Lounge) and Thursdays (from 3:00pm to 3:40pm in the Chapel) in the Kay Spiritual Life Center.  

Sunday Services:    Students, staff and friends of the BIMAU are welcome to attend our Sunday services which take place in the chapel every Sunday from 9:00am to 10:00am.

Pastoral Counseling:  Rev. Dr. Adrien N. Ngudiankama provides pastoral counseling by appointments.

Social Activities:  We regularly organize retreats, concerts, agape to enrich our spiritual, social and intellectual being.

Academic activities:  we regularly organize workshop, seminars and conferences on issues ranging from spirituality, development, migration/refugees, peace and conflict resolution, education and health.

International Relationships:   The BIMAU has relationships with many embassies, international academic institutions and faith based communities.

The BIMAU and Community and Global Health Activities

 As part of the District of Columbia Baptist Convention, the BIMAU provides assistance to churches in the area of church health ministry and global medical mission.   We believe that healing is at the heart of Christ's ministry.  We strongly assert that:

                                 "Healthy congregations, healthy ministries. 

                                 Healthy ministries, healthy communities.

                                 Healthy communities, healthy nations.

                                 Healthy nations, a healthy world".  

 

Those interested in our services should contact either Sr. Margarita Pinto and Sr. Gail Lacy at the District of Columbia Convention at 202 265 1526  or Dr Harriett Kamendi at 240 565 8933 and Dr. Adrien Ngudiankama at 240 595 2127.