Pilgrim Holiness Church

Pilgrim Holiness Church is a religious denomination associated with the holiness movement that split from the Methodist Episcopal Church in 1897. It was first organized in Cincinnati, Ohio as the International Holiness Union and Prayer League. The organization later became the Pilgrim Holiness Church which eventually merged with the Wesleyan Methodists in 1968 to form the Wesleyan Church.

Today, two groups of Pilgrim Holiness churches still exist from the secession of the merger in 1968-the Pilgrim Holiness Church, Inc. (of the Midwest) and the Pilgrim Holiness Church of NY, Inc. These two groups are not associated with the Wesleyan Church today but align themselves with the Conservative Holiness Movement.

Read more about Pilgrim Holiness Church:  History 1897-1968, Pilgrim Holiness Church, Inc. (Midwest), Est. 1966, Pilgrim Holiness Church of NY, Inc. Est. 1963, Doctrine, Links, Resources

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