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Christian Churches of God (Sabbath Keeping)
Submissions to this category should be related to the Church of God, International, a sabbath-keeping Christian body with offices in Tyler, Texas. This is not the proper category for Churches of God in general, or for Churches of God in countries other than your own, or for international ministries if they are not associated with the Church of God, International.
The Church of God, International, is a sabbatarian body which uses the Hebrew calendar to establish God's holy days. The seven holy days are kept, as well as Biblical dietary laws. With offices in Tyler, Texas, the Church of God, International has local congregations in Australia, Canada, Ireland, Jamaica, the Philippines, and the United States.
Sites submitted here must relate to the Church of God (7th Day), which has offices in Salem, West Virginia.

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The Church of God (7th Day) is a sabbatarian group with offices in Salem, West Virginia.
Please submit sites related to the Church of God (Anderson, Indiana) here.
The Church of God (Anderson, Indiana) was formed in 1878-1881 in northern Indiana. It was influenced by the Holiness movement, and broke from the Churches of God in North America (General Eldership) over the acceptance of this revival. There is no formal membership, and church government is congregational. The Church of God (Anderson, Indiana) practices baptism by immersion, footwashing, and the Lord's Supper. General offices are located in Anderson, Indiana. The Church of God (Anderson, Indiana) has its strongest presence in North America, where it operates several colleges and universities.
Sites submitted here should be related to the Church of God, which separated in 1993 from the Church of God of Prophecy. General headquarters are in Cleveland, Tennessee, with a mailing address in Charleston, Tennessee.

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Sites related to the Church of God which separated from the Church of God of Prophecy in 1993. Headquarters are in Cleveland, Tennessee, with mailing address in Charleston, Tennessee, but this Church of God is not the same as the Church of God (Cleveland, Tennessee). The Church of God (Charleston, Tennessee) rejects the Nicene Creed, because the Bible is the only rule of faith and practice. They are a premillennial Pentecostal church which believes that baptism with the Holy Ghost is always accompanied by the sign of speaking in other tongues. They observe baptism, footwashing, tithing, and the Lord's Supper. They uphold the Scriptural standard of holiness of life for Christians.
Please submit only websites for informational resources related to, or churches that are affiliated with, the Church of God (Cleveland, TN).

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The Church of God is a Pentecostal and Evangelical denomination with its headquarters in Cleveland, Tennessee, USA, and tracing its origin to the Christian Union formed in 1886 at the Barney Creek Meeting House.
Sites submitted here must relate to the Church of God (Seventh Day), which has offices in Denver, Colorado.
Sites related to the Church of God (Seventh Day), Denver, Colorado. Originally called the Church of God (Adventist), this denomination rejects the visions of Ellen G. White. The Church of God (Seventh Day), Denver, Colorado, is a sabbatarian group. They believe that the Bible is the sufficient rule of faith. They practice two ordinances: baptism by immersion, and the Lord's supper accompanied by footwashing.
This category for Church of God General Conference and Atlanta Bible College websites.
Church of God General Conference and Atlanta Bible College websites.
Sites submitted to this category should be related to the Church of God Mountain Assembly. This denomination was known earlier as "Church of God of the Mountain Assembly."
The Church of God Mountain Assembly is a Pentecostal Christian denomination, with roots in the Holiness movement. CGMA has about 500 local churches around the world, with about 100 in the United States.
Please use the category of Community Churches of God for churches with Church of God as part of their name, serving a locality, but are not affiliated with a larger organization.
Community Churches of God: Churches of God serving a community, but are not affiliated with a larger organization.
Submissions to this category should be related to the Intercontinental Church of God, a sabbath-keeping Christian body with offices in Tyler, Texas. This is not the proper category for Churches of God in general, or for Churches of God in countries other than your own. Please also note that there is another denomination of a similar name ie Church of God, International and this church has its *own* category.
In 1978, Garner Ted Armstrong split from the Worldwide Church of God which had been founded by his father and formed the Church of God, International. In 1998 the church again split and Garner Ted Armstrong started the Intercontinental Church of God. Based in Tyler Texas and it is a partner to the Garner Ted Armstrong Evangelistic Association. It is a sabbatarian body which uses the Hebrew calendar to establish God's holy days. The seven holy days are also kept. With offices in Tyler, Texas, the Interncontinental Church of God, has local congregations in Australia, Canada, United Kingdom, Barbados, New Zealand and the United States.
Denominational group formed by followers of the teachings of the late Herbert W. Armstrong.
Pentecostal Church of God
Pentecostal Church of God
The Philadelphia Church of God is incorporated in the United States, Australia, Canada, New Zealand, South Africa and the United Kingdom. The Church's doctrines, traditions and methods of worship are taken from the Bible. The Church's roots are traced from the Worldwide Church of God, founded by Herbert W. Armstrong.
United Church of God AIA
United Church of God AIA
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