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The work of Methodism in North Africa was started in 1908 by missionaries from the United States. In 1972, Methodist work in North Africa was reorganized as a district of the Switzerland-France Annual Conference. The congregation in Tunis is part of the Reformed Church of North Africa and reaches out to the community by delivering food, clothing, and medicines, and providing assistance for immigrants from sub-Saharan Africa. They are involved in the organization of ecumenical worship services and Bible groups.
Global Ministries continues to partner with the leaders of the Church through active and continuing communication.