Pentecostal Missionary Church of Christ (4th Watch)

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Pentecostal Missionary Church of Christ (4th Watch)
LocationMarikina, Metro Manila
Founder(s)Arsenio Tan Ferriol

The Pentecostal Missionary Church of Christ (4th Watch), or PMCC (4th Watch), is a Christian church based in the Philippines. It was founded in 1974 by Apostle Arsenio T. Ferriol.[1]


The church was founded in 1974 by Arsenio Ferriol, following its separation from the Foursquare Gospel Church, and (prior to the church's formation) People's Missionary Church.[1]

Today, the church has established its presence in the Philippines and in more than 60 countries and territories worldwide.[2]

The church publishes The Word magazine, and broadcasts its television and radio programs Oras ng Katotohanan (lit. Hour of Truth) and its U.S. counterpart Surer Word. It also owns Life Radio (DZAT 1512 KHz based in Lucena, Quezon, and DWET-AM 1179 KHz based in Santiago, Isabela) and its own television network Life TV.

Every year, the church held its annual church events such as the International Missionary Day (every January), the Summer Camp (every April-May), and the International Convention (every October).


  1. ^ a b c Anderson, Allan; Tang, Edmond, eds. (January 2005). Asian and Pentecostal: The Charismatic Face of Christianity in Asia. Regnum Books. p. 386. ISBN 9781610979177.
  2. ^ "The State Of Pentecostalism In Southeast Asia: Ethnicity, Class And Leadership – Analysis". Eurasia Review. Retrieved May 14, 2018.

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