Society Religion and Spirituality Christianity Denominations Holiness Church of the Living God, Christian Workers for Fellowship
The Church of the Living God (Christian Workers for Fellowship) is a Trinitarian Holiness denomination founded in 1889 by William Christian. The Church of the Living God C.W.F.F. practices footwashing, the Lord's supper (with water and unleavened bread), and speaking in tongues. They believe that Jesus and many saints of the Bible were black. The church in some ways is modeled on Freemasonry.
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