Apostolic Overcoming Holy Church of God

Apostolic Overcoming Holy Church of God

▪ Pentecostal church
      black Pentecostal church founded in 1919 as the Ethiopian Overcoming Holy Church of God by Bishop W.T. Phillips in Mobile, Ala. The name was changed in 1927. The founder left the Methodist Episcopal Church, which he served as a minister, after becoming concerned about the doctrine of holiness and the process of sanctification.

      Worship services are spontaneous and emotional and include foot washing, divine healing, ecstatic dancing, and speaking in tongues. Headquarters of the church are in Mobile.

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