Korean Presbyterian Church (HoHun)
The HoHun church separated from the Presbyterian Church in Korea (HapDong). In 1961 25 delegates to the Assembly among the Pastor Kim Yun-Chan and Pastor KIm Yun-Chan formed a special association for ...
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Presbyterian Church in Korea (SunGyo)
The Presbyterian Church in Korea (SunGyo) is a small Presbyterian denomination in South Korea with about 1,000 members and 10 congregations and 56 ordained pastors. It subscribes to the Apostles Creed...
Presbyterian Church in Korea (HapDongYeChong)
The Presbyterian Church in Korea (HapDongYeChong) is a Reformed and Presbyterian denomination in South Korea. Under the leadership of Rev. Chun Byung-Hun, Rev. Choi Young-Su and Lee Sang-Yun the denom...
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Sylhet Presbyterian Synod
The Sylhet Presbyterian Synod was founded by Welsh missionaries in 1905. It has its roots in Greater Sylhet District, which was located in northeastern Bangladesh. When Bangladesh separated, it was cu...
Presbyterian Church in Korea (HapDongChinShin II.)
The Presbyterian Church in Korea (HapDongChinShin II.) was separated from the Presbyterian Church in Korea (HapDongChongShin I.) in 1993. It has Presbyterian church government.
Church of Pakistan
The Church of Pakistan is a united church in Pakistan, which is part of the Anglican Communion and a member church of the World Communion of Reformed Churches and the World Methodist Council.
It w...
Presbyterian Church in Korea (HapDongBoSu III.)
The Presbyterian Church in Korea (HapDongBoSu III.) was a result of a split of the HapDongBoSu group, due to the heresy trial of Rev. Park Yun-Sik of the Presbyterian Church in Korea (Daeshin). It adh...
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United Presbyterian Church in Korea
The United Presbyterian Church in Korea was founded in 1972, by Kim Se-Yul, Kang Heung-Mo and Yong-An. They created the Christian Un ited Church in Korea. At the 13th General Assembly the name was cha...
United Presbyterian Church of Pakistan
United Presbyterian Church of Pakistan is a Protestant denomination of Pakistan. It formerly was known as Siloam Biblical Christian Church of Pakistan. It is part of the Society of Biblical Christian ...
Presbyterian Church in Korea (Ko-Ryu-Anti-Accusation)
The Presbyterian Church in Korea (Ko-Ryu-Anti-Accusation) is a conservative Presbyterian denomination in South Korea. It split from the Presbyterian Church in Korea (Koshin). Koshin General assembly w...
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Presbyterian Church of Pakistan
Presbyterian Church of Pakistan is a major Protestant denomination of Pakistan. The Church of Pakistan is another Christian denomination. The Presbyterian Church of Pakistan has a membership of around...
Reformed Presbyterian Church in Taiwan
The Reformed Presbyterian Church in Taiwan (RPCT; Chinese: 改革宗長老教會在臺灣; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Kái-kek-chong Tiúⁿ-ló Kàu-hōe tī Tâi-oân) was founded in the 1950s as a result of the union of various conser...
Presbyterian Church in Korea
The Presbyterian Church in Korea (HapDongChungYun) was separated from the JongHap Presbyterian Church in 1976. In 1984 it united with the HapDongHyunHap. It has 58,317 members in 386 churches served b...
Presbyterian Church in Korea (JaeGun)
This church is also known as the Korean Presbyterian Reconstruction Church. This denomination represents the most radical approach to the issue of shrine worship. After the liberation Reconstruction m...
Smyrna House of Prayer Church in Bangladesh
The Smyrna House of Prayer Church in Bangladesh is a Reformed denomination in Bangladesh. The church believe in the Triune God, in Jesus Christ, in salvation, in the Bible. The church acknowledges tw...
Presbyterian Church in Korea (HapDongBoSu IV.)
The Presbyterian Church in Korea (HapDongBoSu IV.) is a Reformed Presbyterian denomination in South Korea. It adheres to the Apostles Creed and Westminster Confession.In 2004 iz had 30,122 members and...
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Presbyterian Free Church of Central India
The Presbyterian Free Church of Central India (formerly known as the Free Church of Central India) is a confessional Reformed denomination in India, created by Scottish missionaries.The Free Church of...
Presbyterian Church in Korea (YeJong)
The Presbyterian Church in Korea (YeJong) was a result of a split within the HapDongJeongTong due to theologically differences and leadership struggles. In 1985 it adopted the current name. It has 500...
Presbyterian Church in Korea (TongHapBoSu)
The Presbyterian Church in Korea (TongHapBoSu) is a Reformed and Presbyterian denomination in South Korea. It subscribes the Apostles Creed and Westminster Confession. in 2004 it had 18,309 members in...
Presbyterian Church in Korea (ChongHoe II)
The Presbyterian Church in Korea (ChongHoe II) is a Reformed and Presbyterian denomination in South Korea with 30,186 menbers in 123 congregations and 132 ordained clergy. It adheres to the Apostles C...
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Presbyterian Church in Korea (JungRip)
The Presbyterian Church in Korea (JungRip) traces its origin to the mainline and non-mainline division of Presbyterian Church in Korea (HapDong). Later some Presbyterian Church in Korea (TongHap) past...
Presbyterian Church in Korea (HapDongBoSu II.)
The Presbyterian Church in Korea HapDongBoSu II was result of a split in the Presbyterian Church in Korea HapDongBoSu I. It had participated in the union movement to restore the unity of the Presbyter...
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Presbyterian Church in Korea (Logos)
The Presbyterian Church in Korea (Logos) was formed by Pastor Kim Hyun-Bong and 7 churches in 1970. Since 1971 it has the Logos Seminary. In 1990 it become Logos Assembly, and affirms the Westminster ...
Presbyterian Church of India
The Presbyterian Church of India (PCI) is one of the mainline Protestant Churches in India, with over one million adherents, mostly in Northeast India. It is one of the largest Christian denominations...
Presbyterian Church in Korea (GaeHyukHapDong III)
The Presbyterian Church in Korea (GaeHyukHapDong III) is a Reformed Presbyterian denomination in South Korea. In 2004 it had 4,065 members and 23 congregations. The denomination adheres to the Apostle...
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Presbyterian Church in Korea (BoSuTongHap)
The Presbyterian Church in Korea (BoSuTongHap) was founded by Pastor Chung Yun-Sung in 1976 together with Baek Kee. Previously they participated in the reconstruction of the Presbyterian Church in Kor...
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