Even though it has moved three times in the last four years, the Parish Center of the Moscow Protestant Chaplaincy (MPC) here is easy to find for those who need it. “Almost everything is consolidated here now,” says Daniel Ekat, a native of Cameroon who has lived here for 11 years. He is the food-sharing and Parish Center director for MPC, the English-language Protestant church in Moscow which is celebrating its 50th anniversary this fall. MPC is co-sponsored by five U.S. denominations ― the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), the United Methodist Church, the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, the Reformed Church in America and the American Baptist Churches. Since it moved out of the U.S. embassy in 1992, shortly after the collapse of the Soviet Union , and since 1991 has engaged in a variety of social ministries. It helps pensioners, children, refugees and immigrants in areas of hunger, poverty and displacement. The Parish Center houses a medical advice center, a computer lab, a food distribution site and a place where people “can just hang out, read, take a shower and connect with others,” Ekat says.