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The American Evangelical Christian Churches is an inter-doctrinal ecclesiastical body composed of groups and individuals whose doctrinal views concerning the “essentials” of the Christian faith are their common denominator.

To be eligible for membership in the American Evangelical Christian Churches, all applicants must subscribe to the Articles of Faith:

The “essentials” per the AECC Articles of Faith are:

1.The Holy Bible as the infallible, written Word of God.
2.The God of Creation – Who manifests Himself in three personalities: Father, Son and Holy Spirit.
3.The virgin birth of Jesus, the Christ.
4.The deity of Jesus, the Christ.
5.The salvation of sinners by faith through the atonement of Jesus, the Christ.
6.The guidance of our life through prayer to the Father, through Jesus, the Christ, in the power of the Holy Spirit.
7.The visible and eternal reign of the Savior – Jesus, the Christ.

"As a recognized Christian denomination, we are continuously striving for relationships that build a strong community and help us grow in our love for Jesus." - AECC
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