Ang dating daan basic beliefs
MCGI members prefer themselves to be called and identified as plain "Christians".
MCGI is not related to the many Church of God groups that descended from the Barney Creek Meeting House revival of the late 19th century in the United States.
They believe that the Father is greater than all, greater than Jesus Christ as declared by Christ himself.
They do not observe customs and traditions which they consider to have pagan origins incompatible with Christianity.
This resulted twelve MCGI members including Willy Santiago to split from the group in October 2009 and established a new religion, the Members Church of God in Jesus Christ Worldwide or MCGJCW, with membership now consists mostly of former MCGI followers. Organization and administration The ADD Convention Center, the MCGI headquarters in the Philippines.
The organization is managed by the MCGI Central Administration under the MCGI Workers Ministry.
Brother Nicolas Antiporda Perez, lead the church from 1928 until the time of his death in May 1975, the church was then a small group with less than hundred congregations.
Brethren can personally seek spiritual or personal advice from Workers, who were trained during ministerial classes, in giving Biblical advice and recommendations.If you continue to have an issue with your Access Token then please see this FAQ for more information.Members Church of God International, abbreviated as MCGI, is an international Christian religious organization with headquarters in the Philippines.As of 2015, Members Church of God International and abroad, up from a total of 1,280 locales reported in 2014. Congregations are grouped into geographical divisions mainly the Philippines, South America, North America and Canada, Asia Oceania, Middle East and Europe, Israel in 2009, MCGI sees a growing number of locales in the continent.As of 2015, it reported 237 established locales in Brazil, including those in Curitiba, Porto Alegre, Rio de Janeiro, São Paulo, and Florianópolis. More than a hundred other locations in Brazil receive preaching through DVDs and internet streaming links. In Latin America, the church reported 195 established locales and another 60 locales currently being established, with only three countries left to reach. MCGI keeps a formal number of members but does not openly reveal it.
In the same year, congregations were established in Ghana, West Africa as a result of a series of Bible studies in Africa.