COGIC 108th Holy Convocation

Get ready for a powerful time in the Lord. Souls delivered, saved, and set free! This year’s Holy Convocation will be held at the America’s Center in St. Louis, Missouri. The schedule is packed with events and speakers from all over the country. Services will be broadcast by live webcast for those who are not…

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Church of God In Christ 40 Day Prayer Initiative

October 2- November 10, 2015. Bishop Charles Edward Blake, Chief Apostle of the Church of God In Christ, has called our churches worldwide into 40 days of prayer. The 108th Holy Convocation is right around the corner, and we are asked to partner in prayer and fasting to strengthen the body of Christ. For more…

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COGIC International AIM Convention

On June 29, 2015, Saints from all around the country will meet together for the COGIC International Auxiliaries In Ministry (AIM) Convention held in Tampa, Florida. Activities will include dynamic speakers, workshops, training sessions, and church services. If you are interested in the history and function of the ministries available in the church, or you…

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COGIC Selects 36th Annual TELLY AWARDS Winner

Memphis, TN (April 10, 2015) – The Telly Awards has named the Church of God in Christ (COGIC) Public Relations Department as a winner in the 36th Annual Telly Awards for their show titled Holy Convocation-All Access Pass.   With nearly 12,000 entries from all 50 states and numerous countries, this is truly an honor. Holy…

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COGIC Statement on Ferguson Police Shooting

We were saddened to hear of the shooting of two police officers in Ferguson, Missouri.  All around the world, we are praying for their full recovery.   We are also praying for their families and their colleagues. Law enforcement is absolutely necessary to preserve the peace throughout our nation.  As an organization, we strongly support the…

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COGIC History

Bishop Charles Harrison Mason was born September 8,1864, on the Prior Farm near Memphis, Tennessee. His father and mother, Jerry and Eliza Mason, were members of a Missionary Baptist Church, having been converted during the dark crises of American Slavery. Elder Mason was converted in November, 1878, and baptized by his brother, I.S. Nelson, a…

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