A Little NA CHChurch History
The Congregational Holiness Church was organized as a denomination in
1921 in High Shoals, Georgia.
The Congregational Holiness Church is comprised of individuals. Individual

people whose lives have been changed by the Gospel of Jesus Christ.

Individuals who have chosen to follow Jesus Christ. Individuals from all

walks of life who have accepted the Bible as our guide for daily life.  

Individuals who love God. Individual families who love God. Individual

churches who love God. Individual small churches. Individual large

churches. Individual medium size churches. Individual urban churches and

Individual rural churches. Individual church families of open hearts and

open arms. Individual family-oriented denomination called the

Congregational Holiness Church. Congregational by denomination which

simply means that each individual member has a voice in the church and that

the individual, along with all the other individuals are the Congregational

Holiness Church.
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Preachers such as Reverend B.L. Woodruff (pictured below) pioneered the way by putting up a

tent in towns like Carrollton, Georgia under which he would preach the gospel with the fire of

country auctioneer.
Many of our churches were born out of those old tent revivals.
Sin was stomped out and Satan was put in his place through the firey
preaching of the gospel!
Our church has grown from twelve churches in 1921 to over 5200 churches worldwide today
in 12 states and 19 countries.
Our International Headquarters is located on
3888 Fayetteville Highway, Griffin, Georgia.

The Congregational Holiness Church is evangelical and traces its doctrinal and historical roots
to the Protestant
Reformation, the Wesleyan Holiness Revival and the Pentecostal movement of the early 20th
Century.
We embrace the cardinal Biblical doctrines of salvation by faith, sanctification as a second
definite work of grace,
the baptism of the Holy Spirit with the initial evidence of speaking in tongues, divine healing,
the Trinity, the infallible Holy Bible, the virgin birth of Jesus, his death, burial and resurrection,
the rapture of the saints, and the pre-millennial second coming of Jesus Christ.
As a denomination, the Congregational Holiness Church is categorized as Wesleyan
Pentecostal.
We are members of the Pentecostal/Charismatic Churches of North America an the World
Pentecostal Fellowship.
We are an integral part of the worldwide classical Pentecostal movement.
invites you to attend a CH Church near your area Sunday.