What We Believe
The Assemblies of God is an evangelic protestant fellowship that
believes God exists in three persons -- the Father, Son (Jesus),
and Holy Spirit. The most definitive identification of the
Assemblies of God is Pentecostal. Just as it was founded in
1914, the Fellowship remains a full gospel church—one where the
fullness of the Holy Spirit is welcomed, nurtured, and taught.
This includes speaking in tongues as the initial evidence of the
indwelling of the Holy Spirit. Other manifestations of the Holy
Spirit embraced by the church include: messages in tongues with
interpretations, prophecies, word of knowledge, and the complete
gifts and fruit of the Holy Spirit as indicated in the Bible.
Among Pentecostal churches—the Assemblies of God is largest
worldwide with over 52 million constituents.
How can I learn more about the Assemblies
Visit www.ag.org for more information about
the Assemblies of God including: beliefs, history, ministries
and more frequently asked questions.