This church directory page will help you find a church where Bible truth is preached. There are directories for the Worldwide Pentecostal Fellowship (WPF) the United Pentecostal Church International (UPCI), Apostolic Union of the World (AUW) and the UPC Philippines (UPCPhils) and various independent Apostolic Pentecostal Churches around the world.
The following statement is taken from the WPF website:
"The Worldwide Pentecostal Fellowship is a group of Apostolic Ministers (hereafter known as WPF) who seek to unite in fellowship.
Coherence is found in the following:
WPF is an honest attempt to embrace and work with any and all authentic Apostolics who are forward looking, agree with its Articles of Faith, desire to be proactive in propagating the gospel, and are of good spirit, regardless of organization affiliation or lack thereof. We feel it evident that the lack of concerted fellowship and cooperation between men of like precious faith due to organizationally imposed boundaries have hindered rather than helped the growth and power of the Kingdom of God."
The following statement is taken from the UPCI website:
"The United Pentecostal Church International (UPCI) is a Oneness Pentecostal organization with churches, ministers, and members across the globe. With roots anchored firmly in the Bible and a vision for ministering to communities around the world, the UPCI embraces its mission to carry the whole gospel to the whole.
The UPCI has been among the fastest-growing church organizations since it was formed in 1945 by the merger of the Pentecostal Church Incorporated and the Pentecostal Assemblies of Jesus Christ. From 521 churches in 1945, the UPCI has grown to over 40,000 churches (including preaching points), 35,000 credentialed ministers, and a constituency of about 4 million in 225 nations and territories. The international fellowship consists of national organizations that are united as the Global Council of the UPCI, which is chaired by the general superintendent of the UPCI.
The UPCI emerged out of the Pentecostal movement that began with a Bible School in Topeka, Kansas, in 1901 and with the Azusa Street Revival in Los Angeles, California, in 1906. It traces its organizational roots to 1916, when a large group of Pentecostal ministries began to unite around the teaching of the oneness of God and water baptism in the name of Jesus Christ."
The following statement is taken from the Facebook page of Apostolic Fellowship Church of Kenya:
"We are a family church which celebrates life, value people and apply the Bible to everyday living so you can get the most out of life."
The following statement is taken from the UPCPhils website:
"Welcome to the UPCPhil’s.net website! We are so glad you’ve visited our site. We are a Philippine nationwide Oneness Apostolic movement with more than 2,500 local churches and preaching points. Also, every UPC Philippines local church is part of a network of more than 40,000 churches in over 200 nations helping to spread the whole Gospel to the whole world by the whole church.
This website was created for the primary purpose of providing location information about UPC Philippines local churches. There are three ways to benefit from this site. You can use the top menu to locate churches by each respective district. The “Locate a UPC Church” box at the upper right side of each page will aid you in finding pastors and local churches through their respective provinces. We found it more user friendly to create a separate search box dedicated to Metro Manila cities as churches in these areas are too numerous for a single search result. Lastly, you can input a pastor’s name or a town or city name on the “directly search our database” feature and hit “enter” on your keyboard to get search results for the parameters you have provided."
As independent Apostolic Pentecostal Churches around the world contact LovingGospel.com, and request that they be added to this church directory, I will add them to this section of the directory.
The FIAM Ministry is an indigenous Apostolic Pentecostal ministry located in Dhantola, West Bengal, India near Nepal and Bangladesh. It's a multicultural area where Bengal, Hindi, Urdu, Surjapuri, Rajbanshi and English are spoken.
The ministry was founded by Pastor Supryio Prodhan in 2012. The main church is in Dhantola and there are several branch churches in different areas of West Bengal and Bihar state. The leaders of the branch churches are, Manoj Paswan, Badal Das, Gopal Prodhan and Susanna Singh.
The main church as well as the branch churches are growing and welcoming anyone seeking salvation. Go here for the full page about the FIAM Ministry.