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National Association of Congregational Christian Churches

This association was organized in 1955 in Detroit, Michigan, by delegates from Congregational Christian Churches committed to continuing the Congregational way of faith and order in church life. Participation by member churches is voluntary.

National Association of Free Will Baptists

This evangelical group of Armenian Baptists was organized by Paul Palmer in 1727 at Chowan, North Carolina. Another movement (teaching the same doctrines of free grace, free salvation and free will) was organized June 30, 1780, in New Durham,...

National Baptist Convention of America, Inc.

The National Baptist Convention of America, Inc., was organized in 1880. Its mission is articulated through its history, constitution, articles of incorporation and by-laws. The Convention (corporate churches) has a mission statement with...

National Baptist Convention, U.S.A., Inc.

The National Baptist Convention, one of the oldest African American organization in the nation, traces it history back to 1895. It was formed as a cosolidation of the Baptist Foreign Mission Convention (1880), Consolidated American Baptist...

National Missionary Baptist Convention of America

The National Missionary Baptist Convention of America was organized in 1988 as a separate entity from the National Baptist Convention of America, Inc., after a dispute over control of the convention?s publishing efforts. The new organization...

National Primitive Baptist Convention, Inc.

Throughout the years of slavery and the Civil War, the Negro population of the South worshipped with the white population in their various churches. At the time of emancipation, their white brethren helped them establish their own churches,...

National Spiritualist Association of Churches

Spiritualism is a science, philosophy and religion. Spiritualism is a religion and philosophy of life focused on joy, harmony, and a fear-free understanding of the continuity of life.

Netherlands Reformed Congregations

The Netherlands Reformed Congregations trace their denominational origin to several U.S. congreagtions in the latter half of the nineteenth century. In the early 1900s several more congregations were organized. After the Second Wolrd War,...