The Church of God in Christ


The Church of God in Christ is a Holiness Pentecostal denomination that has created for its members a spiritually sanctified community. It continues its teachings through its denominational history and founding, and through various components that help spread its message around the world, such as their women’s department, service, and a set of uniquely defining beliefs. Despite its founding being over one hundred years ago, the COGIC is still relevant today for the lives of its six million adherents, and for the study of African American religious history as a whole.

Charles H. Mason and the Founding | Beliefs | Service | Women in COGIC | COGIC Today