The 104th Annual Holy Convocation of the Churches of God in Christ (COGIC) has officially begun this week and we hear there is indeed a worship in the atmosphere out in St. Louis, Missouri. As Holy Convocation season continues October 31st to November 9th, we thought we’d help you out by keeping you connected to the ‘grand ol’ Church of God in Christ’ via live stream.
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Catch as many of the live worship services as many times as you like and enjoy more from St. Louis with the links below. Share your own Holy Convocation 2011 memories if you’re communicating on-site throughout the week plus interact with other viewers and more.
Not familiar with the International Churches of God in Christ? There’s a lot to be said about the world’s largest gathering of African-American Pentecostal Holiness Christian believers. At 6.5 million and growing, COGIC is the fifth largest Christian church in the United States. Presiding Bishop Charles E. Blake of Los Angeles, CA (pictured above) leads the enthusiastic congregation globally which was founded in Memphis, TN in 1907 by the late Charles Harrison Mason (1866 – 1961).
With auxiliaries included in many diverse areas of ministry such as the International COGIC Music department, evangelism & missionary work, plus youth, women’s & men’s organizations, COGIC is continuing it’s timeless mission of mobilizing a generation of sanctified citizens across the world for the Kingdom of God.
Find out more about COGIC and it’s current projects including the brand new gospel release “The St. Louis Experience: Watch Me Praise Him.”
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