COGICChurch of God in Christ
COGICCentre Opérationnel de Gestion Interministérielle des Crises (French: Interdepartmental Operations Center for Crisis Management)
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Under the leadership of the late Bishop Ithiel Clemmons (COGIC) and Bishop Bernard E.
At first, COGIC men were inclined to leave when Robinson was the teacher, but Mason himself shooed them back into the meeting, saying, "Go back and sit down and learn some sense" (37).
at 54, 58, 64, 84 (documenting the number of churches in three AME denominations and the number in the COGIC denomination).
of Crises (COGIC), has an ad hoc existence, and would be comprised of
The COGIC became a Pentecostal denomination after Mason attended a revival in Los Angeles between 1906 and 1908.
Again, this bias likely results from the under-representation of COGIC and Baptist congregations.
Another essay, by Anthea Butler, situates discipline of the body within the Church of God in Christ (COGIC) as the primary set of practices for understanding life in the Sanctified churches.
(COGIC)--succeeding the late Bishop Gilbert Earl Patterson--Blake's light is shining brighter than ever as the Church approaches its centennial celebration this year.
Towards the end of the nineteenth, and into the twentieth centuries, many of the songs were and are still sung in contemporary black and even white churches such as the AME, COGIC, AME Zion, Assemblies of God, United Church of Christ, and Church of God, among others.
A new denomination, the Church of God in Christ (COGIC), arose at the turn of the last century, which tied early Christian practices with the ecstatic worship of slave-era African Americans.
Shocked is part of a Church of God in Christ congregation; the African-American denomination known as COGIC (pronounced ko-jik).
Although the Church of God in Christ (COGIC), the largest black pentecostal church had its origins in the Mississippi Delta, in short order it became a "primarily urban church." (40) Early in its history, in just over a decade, COGIC grew from having nine churches across the entire state of Illinois to twenty-four churches in Chicago alone.