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North American Baptist Conference

Churches belonging to this conference emanated from Germany Baptist immigrants of more than a century ago. Although scattered across Canada and the U.S., they are bound together by a common heritage, a strong spiritual unity, a Bible-centered...

Old German Baptist Brethren Church

This group separated from the Church of the Brethren (formerly German Baptist Brethren) in 1881 in order to preserve and maintain historic Brethren Doctrine.

Old Order Amish Church

The congregations of this Old Order Amish group have no annual conference. They worship in private homes. They adhere to the older forms of worship and attire. This body has bishops, ministers and deacons.

Old Order (Wisler) Mennonite Church

This body arose from a separation of Mennonites dated 1872, under Jacob Wisler, in opposition to what were thought to be innovations. The group is in the Eastern United States and Canada. Each state, or district, has its own organization and...

Open Bible Churches

Open Bible Churches (formerly, Open Bible Standard Churches) originated from two revival movements, Bible Standard Conference, founded in Eugene, Oregon, under the leadership of Fred L. Hornshuh in 1919, and Open Bible Evangelistic Association,...

The (Original) Church of God, Inc.

This body was organized in 1886 as the first church in the United States to take the name ?The Church of God.? In 1917 a difference of opinion led this particular group to include the word (Original) in its name. It is a holiness body and...

The Orthodox Anglican Church

The Orthodox Anglican church was incorporated in 1964 to provide a religious body faithful to historic Anglican doctrine and practice as dogmatically set forth in the Book of Common Prayer (1928 US and 1662 English editions), the Ordinal of the...

Orthodox Church in America

The Orthodox Church of America was originally under the Russian Orthodox Church which first entered Alaska (then a Russian territory) in 1794. Alaska was purchased by the United States in 1867 and the Church remained under the Russian Orthodox...