Levittown Christian Church is simply a “Christian church” in the heart of Bucks County, PA. About 5,500 congregations in the United States today consider themselves part of this fellowship of independent Christian churches and churches of Christ. This group does not consider themselves a denomination, and there is no organization of national or international oversight. Each church is locally autonomous. Despite diversity in many areas, the churches have much in common: (1) a common understanding of Scripture, (2) a common heritage, and (3) a common goal: to restore the biblical pattern so that together Christians can connect the world to the God who made it.
Those 5,500 churches have a total membership of more than 1.5 million. They support more than 40 colleges and seminaries, with more than 10,000 students. They also support hundreds of parachurch ministries, including church camps, church planting associations, children’s homes, campus ministries, publishing houses, and benevolent agencies. They participate in regional and national conventions, and find many other ways to partner in ministry.
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