Into All The World

On December 8, 1936, the General Committee met at Rev. Watson Sorrow’s home in Atlanta, Georgia, and recommended that he go to Central America to investigate the potential of opening a foreign mission work. The following are a few excerpts from Brother Watson’s book. “I went to work to get a passport, which took a…

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The Early Years

  Written records of those early days are not as abundant as I would wish. Our earliest document is a letter that was written on June 2, 1920, to the leadership of the Pentecostal Holiness Church in which a group of leaders and ministers expressed their grievances. Obviously, numerous other meetings occurred prior to the…

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High Shoals – The Beginning

One can only imagine the emotions that were felt by those who gathered in High Shoals, Georgia on January 29, 1921. By the time they dismissed later that day, The Congregational Holiness Church had been officially organized. Twelve churches formed the newly organized denomination with thirty credentialed ministers. Many of those present that day would…

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