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Jehovah's Witnesses

Modern-day Jehovah?s Witnesses began in the early 1870s when Charles Taze Russell was the leader of a Bible study group in Allegheny City, Pennsylvania. In July 1879, the first issue of Zion?s Watch Tower and Herald of Christ?s Presence (now...

The Latvian Evangelical Lutheran Church in America

This body was organized into a denomination on Aug. 22, 1975 after having existed as the Federation of Latvian Evangelical Lutheran Churches in America since 1955. This church is a regional constituent part of the Lutheran Church of Latvia...

The Lutheran Church-- Missouri Synod (LCMS)

The Lutheran Church - - Missouri Synod (LCMS), which was founded in 1847, has nearly 6,200 congregations in the United States and has active work or mission relationships in nearly 100 countries. It has 2.3 million members and is the...

Lutheran Evangelical Protestant Church (GCEPC)

Executive Board: - Rev. Nancy K. Drew Presiding Bishop/President - Rev. Jessica Johnston Executive Bishop/Vice President - Rev. Dr. David Church Director of Missions - Rev, Ralf Muller - Rev. Patrick Pierce Ecumenical Affairs...

Mar Thoma Syrian Church of India

According to tradition, the Mar Thoma Church was established as a result of the apostolic mission of St. Thomas, the apostle in 52 AD. Church history attests to the continuity of the community of faithful, throughout the long centuries in India....

Mennonite Church USA

Mennonite Church USA, with 70,000 members, is one of several denominations that traces their beginnings to the Protestant Reformation in the early 1500s. Mennonites hold common core beliefs with other Christian denominations, but they live out...

The Missionary Church

The Missionary Church was formed in 1969 through a merger of the United Missionary Church (organized in 1883) and the Missionary Church Association (founded in 1898). It is evangelical and conservative with a strong emphasis on missionary work...