The Members Church of God International (MCGI) is a Christian religious organization, with main headquarters in the Philippines and various remote points and coordinating centers located around the globe. Majority of the Church members are Filipino nationals but through its continuous effort to propagate the Gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ across all nations, the Church has grown into a group of diverse racial descents including Latin Americans, Africans, Asians, and Europeans among others.
The Church’s primary convention center is located in Apalit, Pampanga, the province where its early ministerial activities began.
MCGI is well-known through its flagship radio and television program, Ang Dating Daan. The program is recognized as the longest-running religious show in the Philippines, and has foreign counterparts in more than 70 countries – The Old Path in English, El Camino Antiguo in Spanish, and O Caminho Antigo in Portuguese.
Trace back the humble roots of MCGI. From a small-town group of Christians to a religious organization recognized all over the world.
What does MCGI believe in? Guided by the Holy Scriptures, the Church believes in the Almighty God, His begotten Son the Lord Jesus Christ, and the Holy Spirit, albeit it adopts a nontrinitarianism orientation. Learn more about the beliefs and doctrines of the Church through this section.
Have glimpse of what is happening inside the Church. MCGI has different ministries which pertain to the endeavors member undertake to make the words of God be heard and felt by all through various means. Among these are the Propagation Ministry, the Music Ministry, and the Youth Ministry.
Central to the works of Members Church of God International (MCGI) are charitable projects that seek to more effectively and efficiently provide free social services for people needing help.
Members Church of God International (MCGI) holds regular and special Church services and events not only to strengthen members’ spirituality and faith, but also to create opportunities to see brethren face to face and care for each other’s well-being (Heb 10:24).