Oneness churches teach that God is one and that though he has manifested himself in three forms, there are not three Persons of the Godhead and there is no Trinity.

Churches in this group include:

  • The United Pentecostal Church International
  • The Pentecostal Assemblies of the World
  • The Bible Way Churches of Our Lord Jesus Christ World Wide
  • The Assemblies of the Lord Jesus Christ
  • The Church of Our Lord Jesus Christ of the Apostolic Faith
  • The United Pentecostal Church of Colombia
  • The Apostolic Church of the Faith in Christ Jesus
  • The True Jesus Church
  • The Apostolic Overcoming Holy Church of God

The Oneness movement dates back to the early 20th century. Many date it back to 1913.

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A Pentecostal church formed in 1970 by former members of the Pentecostal Churches of the Apostolic Faith.
"Black Pentecostal church founded in 1919 as the Ethiopian Overcoming Holy Church of God by Bishop W.T. Phillips in Mobile, Ala. The name was changed in 1927. The founder left the Methodist Episcopal Church, which he served as a minister, after becoming concerned about the doctrine of holiness and the process of sanctification. "Worship services are spontaneous and emotional and include foot washing, divine healing, ecstatic dancing, and speaking in tongues. Headquarters of the church are in Mobile." Source: "Apostolic Overcoming Holy Church of God" Encyclopædia Britannica Online. [Accessed February 5 2002].
An Apostolic ("Oneness") Pentecostal Christian fellowship headquartered in Memphis, Tennessee. The ALJC has churches and missions in the United States and Canada, as well as foreign missions.
Pentecostal body formed in Columbus, Ohio. Headquarters are now in New York. The Church of Our Lord Jesus Christ is most active in the United States, but also has churches in Africa, the Caribbean, and the Philippines, as well as missions in several countries. They are pre-millennial.
This category is specifically for web sites that are specifically associated/members of the Pentecostal Assemblies of the World (PAW). The PAW was formed as an association in Los Angeles, California, in 1906, in the wake of the Azusa Street revival. Originally the association was Trinitarian, the PAW split with the Assemblies of God over the issue of baptism in Jesus' name. Thus the PAW today is an interracial Oneness Pentecostal denomination. World Headquarters are in Indianapolis, Indiana.
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This category has sites explaining the theology of the Oneness Pentecostals. They believe that there is one God who has manifested himself in 3 forms, but that there are not three "persons" in the Godhead and the Trinity doctrine is false.
The True Jesus Church began in 1917 in Beijing. It is a oneness sabbatarian body. The True Jesus Church practices footwashing. Headquarters are in California, with more than a million members worldwide.
Sites related to the United Pentecostal Church International.
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