What Is the Philadelphia Church of God?
The Philadelphia Church of God is a non-denominational Christian church with its world headquarters on the campus of Herbert W. Armstrong College in Edmond, Okla. The church has over 300 congregations worldwide and produces a weekly half-hour television program, The Key of David, broadcast internationally on over 300 television stations. Over 330,000 subscribers receive the church’s monthly Philadelphia Trumpet magazine, which examines the Bible prophecies being fulfilled in world events today and includes articles on Christian living. The Philadelphia Church of God was founded in 1989 when Oklahoma City pastor Gerald Flurry was excommunicated from the Worldwide Church of God for resisting sweeping doctrinal changes away from what its founder, Herbert W. Armstrong, taught. For more information about the church call 1-405-340-7474 or visit www.pcog.org.