In the broadest sense, the Missionary Church is over 1,775,000 people in more than 17,250 congregations in more than 25 countries. There are more than 500 congregations in the United States.
The Missionary Church came into existence as a result of the spiritual revivals that swept across North America in the late 19th century. The evangelistic fervor of the revivals continued through an aggressive program of missionary activity. The worldwide vision of the Missionary Church has made an impact on world evangelism far out of proportion to its size.
In short, the Missionary Church is an evangelical denomination committed to church planting and world missions. With the National office located in Fort Wayne, Indiana, the Missionary Church joins with its local and district ministries, WP USA, the Missionary Church Investment Foundation, Bethel College (Mishawaka, IN), and the Church Multiplication Training Center to communicate the message of Christ with aggressive strategy.
The Missionary Church strives to be focused more on the fulfillment of the Great Commission than on being a denominational organization.
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