Church of God

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Church of God is a name used by numerous denominational bodies. The largest denomination with this name is the Church of God (Cleveland, Tennessee) with over seven million members in over 170 countries.

Adventist Churches of God[edit]

Anabaptist[edit]

Armstrongism[edit]

Baptist[edit]

Brethren[edit]

  • The Churches of God in the Fellowship of the Son of God, the Lord Jesus Christ, also known as Needed Truth Brethren

Pietist/Holiness movement[edit]

Pentecostal Movement[edit]

Nontrinitarian sects[edit]

South Korean churches founded by Ahn Sahng-hong in 1964[edit]

Other denominations[edit]

  • The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, in its origination period in the early 1830s named "Church of God" after "Church of Jesus Christ" and before today's name in 1834
  • World Mission Society Church of God, a church founded by Ahn Sahng-hong in 1964
  • La Luz del Mundo, a church founded in Mexico in 1926. Officially named, the “Church of the Living God, Pillar and Ground of the Truth, The Light of the World.” A splinter church, also based in Mexico, commonly known as “El Buen Pastor” has a similar name: “Church of the Living God, Pillar and Ground of the Truth, The Good Shepherd.”