Be a part of The Virtual Choir for The Presiding Bishop's 80th Birthday Celebration. The Church Of God In Christ (COGIC) is a Pentecostal-Holiness Christian denomination with a predominantly African-American membership.

Pages in category "Presiding Bishops of the Church of God in Christ" The following 2 pages are in this category, out of 2 total.

Patterson Singing The Old Ship Of Zion,Im Going Back To Jesus & Hes Never Left Me Alone Bishop J. O. Patterson, Sr.-First Elected Presiding Bishop of the COGIC. In 2000, he was elected as the Presiding Bishop of COGIC. Internationally, COGIC can be found in more … Bishop Patterson was the second youngest person to ever be elected Presiding Bishop of COGIC at the age 60 in 2000, second to his uncle, Bishop J. O. Patterson, Sr who was 56 when he was elected Presiding Bishop in 1968. Bishop OT Jones was the second senior bishop of the COGIC for 7 years from 1961 to 1968 who succeeded Bishop Mason. On Thursday, Charles E. Blake, Sr., COGIC's presiding bishop, released a three-minute video posted on the church's website to "convey the grave seriousness" of the pandemic. Bishop Charles E. Blake, Sr. is the fifth Presiding Bishop and the seventh leader in succession, appointed in November 2007 by the General Assembly of the Church of God in Christ. The National Council of Churches ranks it as the fifth largest Christian denomination in the U.S..

Presiding Bishop Charles E. Blake Sr. (Facebook/Presiding Bishop Charles E. Blake Sr.)The Church of God in Christ (COGIC) has suffered heavy losses as at … Prominent COGIC leaders who died include First Assistant Presiding Bishop Phillip A. Brooks of Detroit, who was No. He re-ignited the church to be a flagship Pentecostal denomination. 2 in the COGIC; Mississippi Bishop Timothy Scott, who served the denomination for almost 50 years; and two Michigan bishops, Robert E. Smith Sr. and Robert L. Harris. Bishops, Superintendents, Pastors, and lay members have succumbed to this disease, leaving their families and churches devastated by their untimely passing. Bishop Blake 105th COGIC Holy Convocation 2012; Bishop G. E. Patterson - At The Name Jesus; Bishop GE Patterson 940 PRAISE BREAK, 1-800-544-3571; Bishop G. E. Patterson - After the Dust Settles; Bishop GE Patterson-Amazing Grace; Bishop G.E. The Church of God in Christ (COGIC) has suffered heavy losses as at least 12, and up to 30, of the Pentecostal denomination’s bishops and leaders have died from COVID-19. COGIC Newsfeed Presiding Bishop’s Prayer Initiative If my people, which are called by my name, shall humble themselves, and pray, and seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways; then will I hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin, and will heal their land. … This list may not reflect recent changes . ... First Assistant Presiding Bishop Phillip A. Brooks, ... COGIC… For the first time, the nation's largest Pentecostal and African-American denomination, the 5.5 million-member Church of God in Christ (COGIC), has voted out its presiding bishop. Notable COGIC Bishops Edit. Bishop J. D. Husband-First Bishop to be excommunicated and expelled from COGIC clergy. Health officials report that possible causes of the outbreak in the COGIC were from conferences and … From 1966 to 1968, several lawsuits were filed against him and his assist… COGIC presiding Bishop Charles Blake has been providing directives for church members since March and has advised that services and other functions stop, … Videos due Sunday, July 26th. Covid-19 has killed multiple bishops and pastors within the nation’s largest black Pentecostal denomination. The Washington Post reports that bishops who have allegedly died of the coronavirus include First Assistant Presiding Bishop Phillip A. Brooks, senior pastor of New St. Paul Tabernacle Church of God in Christ in Detroit … Calling all COGIC Choir members! The denomination reports having more than 12,000 churches and over 6.5 million members in the United States. A COGIC Bishop wearing a white surplice, purple chimere, a purple tippet, and gold pectoral cross.

He was an overall good leader of the denomination, but in 1965, the members of the COGIC began demanding regular elections to be held to elect leaders for the denomination, which caused much controversy over his tenure as senior bishop.