Camps, retreats, conference centers, and outdoor recreation facilities affiliated with the C&MA.
Districts of the Christian and Missionary Alliance in those countries that use districts -- the United States and Canada. Most districts are for geographic districts, but some districts are for churches working with certain languages and ethnic groups.
Information about Christian & Missionary Alliance schools, colleges, and seminaries.
Retirement homes and facilities operated by the C&MA.
Rev. Albert Bejamin Simpson D.D. was the founder of the Christian and Missionary Alliance. The denomination has its root in two societies founded by Simpson in 1887: The Christian Alliance, and The Evangelical Missionary Alliance. In 1897, the two were merged to form the C&MA, which was originally a missionary society. He also started the magazine which today is known as Alliance Life -- formerly known as The Alliance Weekly (1911-1958) and The Alliance Witness (1958-1987).
In addition to his work as a pastor and organizer of missionary societies, he wrote over 70 books and many articles. He also wrote hymns, but was a much better lyricist than composer; generally speaking, the ones that are still in use are those for which he wrote the words and someone else wrote the tune.
Aiden Wilson Tozer (1897-1963) was a pastor, author, and editor of Alliance Weekly now called Alliance Life. His best known book is The Pursuit of God.