Congregation of Christ Worldwide Churches is a part of the true body of Christians or the original institution established by Jesus.
Our Churches are made up in two components: the church visible, institutions in which “the Word of God purely preached and listened to, and the sacraments administered according to Christ’s institution”, as well as the church invisible—all “who are truly saved” (with these beings members of the visible church).
The Four Marks of the Congregation of Christ Worldwide Churches is first expressed in the Nicene Creed; are that the Church is one, holy, catholic (universal), and apostolic (originating from the apostles).
In this understanding of the invisible church, “Christian Church” does not refer to a particular Christian denomination and is focused purely on the Word of God, and includes all individuals who have been regenerated.
The branch theory, which is maintained by some Anglicans, holds that those Churches that have preserved apostolic succession are part of the true Church.
Congregation of Christ Worldwide, unlike other churchses, is made up of both Protestant and Liturgical Christians.
With this being said, our churches are part of the one true church applied to a specific concrete Christian institutions, and a Christian ecclesiological position maintained by not only the Christian Protestant Churches, but also the Catholic Church, the Eastern Orthodox Church, the Oriental Orthodox churches, Assyrian Church of the East and the Ancient Church of the East.
If you want to be a part of church that truly follows the Word of God and is built upon it, we invite you to come and join our loving families who are a part of Congregation of Christ Worldwide.