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African Initiated Churches

Main article: African Initiated Church
  • Apostles of Johane Marauke
  • Celestial Church of Christ
  • Christ Apostolic Church
  • Church of the Lord (Aladura)
  • Eternal Sacred Order of Cherubim and Seraphim
  • Kimbanguist Church
  • The African Church
  • Zion Christian Church

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African Initiated Churches - Classification and Taxonomy - Aladura Pentecostal Churches
... The Aladura Pentecostal churches originated in Nigeria ... Today such churches include Christ Apostolic Church, Cherubim and Seraphim, Celestial Church of Christ and Church of the Lord (Aladura) ... In consequence, they initiated the "Prayer Band", popularly called Egbe Aladura ...

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