Who is the Missionary Church?
In the broadest sense, the Missionary Church is over 206,000 people in more than 1,800 congregations in 35 countries. There are over 400 congregations in the United States.
The Missionary Church came into existence as a result of the spiritual revivals that swept across North America in the late 19th century. The evangelistic fervor continued through an aggressive program of missionary activity.
The Missionary Church is an evangelical denomination committed to church planting and world missions. With the national office in Fort Wayne, Indiana, the Missionary Church communicates the message of Christ with an aggressive strategy. Committed to the Great Commandment, the Missionary Church strives to be focused on the fulfillment of the Great Commission.