We are a community-based nonprofit organization focused on caring for the soul, mind and body of individuals. We strive to love as shown to us through the life and teachings of Jesus Christ. We endeavour to be a loving example of service and discipleship that reaches out to our community with a focus on mental health.
Demonstrating love through supporting the well-being of each individual
Love, Respect, Compassion, Mentorship, Creating Hope, and Community Service
Lesline McEwan, RP, CAMF, MA, is our Board Chair and has lead the Community mental health supports delivering free Mental health workshops/ seminars/webinars, support groups and work to reduce the stigma associated with mental illness within the ACB community including newcomers to Canada, women experiencing Domestic violence / Gender Based Violence and Human Trafficking.
Andrea Thomas Edwards, Board Secretary - Is a medical administrative professional and utilizes her skills to play a critical role in the administration of NCAC. She fosters communication and ensuring proper management and utilization of NCAC organizational records/documentation.
Andrea Pierce, RCIC, MBA, PMP, Board Member focuses on providing business, career and immigration supports for ACB low income and newcomers to Canada.
Bishop Rudolph L. McEwan Sr., Senior Pastor. In 1997 he established his second ministry, New Covenant Apostolic Church in Ottawa, Canada where he continues to serve the community. Our place of worship is at 181 First Avenue (at Bank). His ministry has been across North America, the West Indies and Africa.
We are affiliated with the Church of Our Lord Jesus Christ (COOLJC).
1969 Bishop McEwan founded his first ministry, Emmanuel Apostolic Church in Ottawa, Canada. Bishop McEwan Sr. pastored Emmanuel Apostolic Church for 28 years.
He is married to Lesline McEwan, RP, CAMF, M.A., B.A. She is a woman of grace who works beside him in the ministry. She is also a Registered Psychotherapist in private practice.
Their greatest joy is seeing souls born into the kingdom of God. He believe and always say, ``one soul is worth more than than the whole world``
Bishop McEwan is also very involved in the community at large. He was awarded, the Ottawa Black History “Community Builder Award”; the Ottawa Community Immigrant Services Organization “Heroes Amongst Us Leadership Award” for Excellence among many others.
Lesline McEwan, RP, CAMF, MA, is our Board Chair and has lead the
Community mental health supports
Board Secretary is a medical administrative professional, she
plays a critical role in the administration of NCAC.
Bishop R. McEwan Senior Pastor Founder of Emmanuel Apostolic Church and New Covenant Apostolic Church in Ottawa