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American Carpatho-Russian Orthodox Diocese

The American Carpatho-Russian Orthodox Greek Catholic Church is a self-governing diocese that is in communion with the Ecumenical Patriarchate of Constantinople. The late Patriarch Benjamin I, in an official Patriarchal Document dated Sept. 19,...

American Evangelical Christian Churches

Founded in 1944, the A.E.C.C is composed of individual ministers and churches who are united in accepting ?Seven Articles of Faith.? These seven articles are-the Bible as the written word of God; the Virgin birth; the deity of Jesus Christ;...

American Rescue Workers

Major Thomas E. Moore was National Commander of Booth?s Salvation Army when a dispute flared between Booth and Moore. Moore resigned from Booth?s Army and due to the fact that Booth?s Army was not incorporated at the time, Moore was able to...

Anglo-Lutheran Catholic Church

The Anglo-Lutheran Catholic Church (ALCC) was founded in November, 1997 as the Evangelical Community Church-Lutheran (ECCL) by former members of the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod. It began as a single independent congregation, St. Michael's...

The Antiochian Orthodox Christian Archdiocese of North America

The spiritual needs of Antiochian faithful in North America were first served through the Syro-Arabian Mission of the Russian Orthodox Church in 1895. In 1895, the Syrian Orthodox Benevolent Society was organized by Antiochian immigrants in New...

Apostolic Catholic Church

The Apostolic Catholic Church, rooted in the New Testament, affirms the empowerment and the dignity of the poor, the needy and the oppressed by adopting a preferential option for those who are disenfranchised and marginalized in this society....

Apostolic Catholic Orthodox Church

The Apostolic Catholic Orthodox Church (ACOC) is a communion of persons gathered for worship and public ministry outreach within the Christian Apostolic tradition. The ACOC is creedal, renewal-oriented, and is a part of the autocephalous...

Apostolic Christian Church (Nazarene)

This body was formed in America by an immigration from various European nations, from a movement begun by. S. H. Froehlich, a Swiss pastor, whose followers are still found in Switzerland and Central Europe.

Apostolic Christian Churches of America

The Apostolic Christian Churches of America was founded in the early 1830s in Switzerland by Samuel Froehlich, a young divinity student who had experienced a religious conversion based on the pattern found in the New Testament. The church, known...

Apostolic Episcopal Church

The Apostolic Episcopal Church (The Holy Eastern Apostolic and Catholic Orthodox Church), founded in 1925 and recognized by the Statutes of the State of New York in 1932, is an autonomous and fully independent Christian church that combines the...