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Church of God Mountain Assembly

The Church of God, Mountain Assembly (CGMA) is a holiness Pentecostal Christian body formed in 1906, with roots in the late 19th-century American holiness movement and early 20th-century Pentecostal revival. The denomination maintains headquarters in Jellico, Tennessee and is a member of the Pentecostal/Charismatic Churches of North America (formerly the Pentecostal Fellowship of North America).

The main geographical strength of the body (about 65% of the churches) is in Kentucky, Ohio, and Tennessee. But, they are also in Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, Indiana, Montana, West Virginia, Alabama, Michigan, and Kansas. There were over 10,000 members in over 103 USA churches in 2018, and nearly 720 churches in 21 nations. The denominations World Missions Department serves foreign nations with children's homes, schools, pastors, and churches.

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