"And let us consider one another in order to stir up love and good works..." — Hebrews 10:24
Jesus Christ did not intend for Christians to worship Him and accomplish His mission alone. Rather, the first-century Church gathered together regularly for worship, study, and fellowship. We do, too.
Our Worldwide Congregations
Every week, members of the Living Church of God gather together in hundreds of congregations around the world. Seeing the seventh-day Sabbath as a “holy convocation” (Leviticus 23:3), families and individuals, young and old, assemble to praise God together, to listen to the Bible expounded, and to enjoy spending time with others of like mind.
Our Worldwide Ministry
Our congregations are supported by a network of ordained ministers, who shepherd those called by God—serving local families, providing instruction and guidance, and visiting the ill or infirm.
The Annual Holy Days
Seven times a year, members of the Living Church of God gather to observe God’s Holy Days, as prescribed in the Bible. In addition to local observances, the Church also observes the week-long Feast of Tabernacles and the Last Great Day at various sites all around the globe.
Preparing a People
Revelation 19:7 says that when Christ returns, His bride will have “made herself ready.” The Living Church of God is devoted to this preparation, providing regular sermons and Bible studies for its members, both in person and online, as well as additional educational resources, such as its Living Education system and Living Youth Program.