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Members Church of God in Jesus Christ Worldwide

Members Church of God in Jesus Christ Worldwide
Miembros dela Iglesia de Dios en JesuCristo en Todo El Mundo
Abbreviation MCGJCW
Classification Restorationism, Independent[1]
Theology Trinitarianism [2]
Polity Episcopal
Leader Wilfredo Santiago
Region Concentrated in the Luzon Regions of the Philippines
Founder Wilfredo Santiago [3]
Origin June 13, 2011
San Rafael, Bulacan
Separated from Members Church of God International (Ang Dating Daan)
Members no official count
Official website www.mcgjcw.net

The Members Church of God in Jesus Christ Worldwide or MCGCJW (Philippines led by Wilfredo "Bro. Willy" Santiago.

History

The group split from the Members Church of God International (MCGI) also known as Ang Dating Daan (ADD) last October 2009 over disputes over church leadership and changes in doctrines (such as Prostrating towards the east in prayer and Sabbath). Thus, receiving religious persecution and attacks from MCGI. Membership in MCGJCW now consists of former MCGI followers and Evangelical Protestant (Born-Again) adherents.

The church has already built a new worship building and a church headquarters in Malolos, Bulacan. The church building has a 500 seating capacity.

Evangelization

The church is active in propagating their doctrines and beliefs by utilizing all means of communication and technology available within their capacity. The MCGJCW uses social media, different networking sites, and radio broadcast in reaching other members in different parts of the Philippines and abroad.

External links

  • Official YouTube Channel
  • Official Facebook Page

References

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