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Church of God in Christ

Church of God in Christ, large Pentecostal denomination. Founded in the United States in 1895 by Bishop Charles H. Mason as a Holiness church, the church now has over 3 million members. It bases its generally fundamentalist faith on personal experience, morality, and the experiences of the Apostles on Pentecost.

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