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)

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

Wesleyan 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
  • 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.”