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Iglesia ni Cristo (Church of Christ)

Seal of the Iglesia ni Cristo

Classification

Christian primitivism, Independent

Orientation

Nontrinitarian

Governance

Hierarchical

Leader

Eduardo V. Manalo

Geographical areas

98 countries and territories[1]

Headquarters

No. 1 Central Avenue, New Era, Quezon City, Philippines[2]

Founder

Felix Manalo

Origin

July 27, 1914

Punta, Santa Ana, Manila, Philippines

Congregations

Over 5,600[1]

Members

4–9 million[3]

Aid organization

Lingap sa Mamamayan (Aid for Humanity), INC Giving

Tax status

U.S. IRS 501c3

Tertiary institutions

1

Official website

http://www.incmedia.org/

http://www.gemnet.tv/index.html

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