The Interdenominational Assembly of Churches is an interdenominational a Christian association of congregations and while individuals associated with us may believe and cherish certain doctrines, we first and foremost believe that a creator created the universe, the supreme deity unattainable which everything comes and take precedence over all differences, whether they be theological, denominational, ideological, or physical in nature. We believe in the Universal Creed.
Therefore, on this website is where you will find libraries of reference materials concerning differing views of various Christian doctrines. The articles in these libraries have come from a variety of sources, on our website you will find many thought-provoking and sometimes controversial articles. Please keep in mind that the inclusion of an article on this site does not necessarily reflect the beliefs of the IAoC association. Neither does a writer’s inclusion on this site imply his agreement with all of the other articles. Each writer is responsible only for his own stated views. Some of the articles are from publications that are no longer in print and are given as a resource for people to use in learning about and comparing, differing beliefs among Christians.
In order to share ideas relating to the ministries, and to aid each other in the education for/and performance of their ministry. The requirements for a partnership to be considered for membership are that:
1. They are one of a Christian denomination.
2. They are a registered corporation (NFP or NGO) or a Faith Based Organization (FBO).
3. They agree to maintain high ethical and moral values in all their dealings, personally and professionally.
4. They agree to respect each person’s difference in doctrine, style and personality as they follow the IAoC.
5. They agree to only speak in edifying ways in regards to other ministers, ministries.
6. They agree to treat all with whom they come into contact as they would like to be treated.
Although other differences of beliefs, doctrine, interpretation, and opinion may be held and expressed by various members, these are to be held and expressed in love and fellowship with those who may differ.
Since members of the IAoC are located in various locations throughout the world, members must be subscribed to our Bible Academy Workplace and the web-based Email discussions upon application approval at G Suite. Using the Google Meet video discussion who is a virtual way to meet, in most instances, the only way membership can be effective in fellowship, sharing and helping each other.
Web-based Email Fellowship and Discussion Group at bible-academy.org is the heart of the fellowship association. Only those who are subscribed as pay members lists are considered active members of the IAoC. Members who are non-subscribers will be subject to have their membership revoked from the IAoC. For members who are not part of the clergy you can attend one or the other and must log in time to time, if no activities for a long period of time you will be removed. This is a Web-based Discussion list at G Suite Bible-Academy.org. Members may post messages by e-mail, or at the web site, to this list and the message will be delivered, by e-mail to each member that is subscribed to the list. Replies to the message are also e-mailed to each member of the list. Messages and replies are also posted to the web site. This provides a way for members of any of our churches to easily communicate and share with each other also our members use Workplace App and Workplace Chat App and Google G Suite App…
The EMMI was founded in 2009 by the Rt. Rev.Dr. Eric Gagnon ThD, DDiv. DPhil. for Christians who do connect with the dogmatic doctrine which corresponds with reality. We want the truth observations and studies give us a vision of creating show us where our contemplation of God’s greatness. The IAoC is open to anyone who accepts that there is a supreme deity by the name of Christ, unattainable which everything comes. Members who are moving towards an ecclesiastical vocation, which are Christian and want to find the way to his own spirituality. The association is a Christian interdenominational.
Ministerial Resource forum contains a board to clergy access only and contains resources to help the Minister in the performance of his/her duties. There will be other benefits forthcoming as the churches develop.
Membership is with a due donation. we encourage a member to sponsor a new applicant mainly to avoid spammer.
What our church offers you?
A place where real or virtual Christian can share our thoughts and our aspirations
An approach to spirituality based on nature, experience and reason. A place of self-discovery for those seeking an outlet for their spiritual side. Resources to help people define their own personal conception of something greater than themselves.
Ideas to make his own moral code. Suggestions on ways to live life with a greater sense the goal to reach
- The IAoC member needs hopes to achieve some higher needs:
- The IAoC member needs knowledge
- The IAoC member needs for spiritual growth
- The IAoC member needs to find a purpose in life or understand the purpose of life
- The IAoC member needs answers about life and death
- The IAoC member needs to develop a relationship with nature and develop a concept of a deity has Christian God
- The IAoC member needs to share and communicate in communion with others
- The IAoC member needs for social structure and develops a moral code to live
The association was created to help each other respond to these needs by sharing ideas and physical concepts. An association of Christians of all persuasions, You can find answers to members’ needs. We want the truth observations and studies give us the vision to find answers to the questions of man’s higher needs
What kind of person does the IAoC seek to attract?
The association hopes to attract people who place a high value on free thought and reason, open-minded, individualists who are seeking a Christianity that can work for them. So what functions, other than worship, does a congregation offer, and why should Christians be drawn to a place that provides such functions?
I (the founder) have long been intrigued by the idea of a church that encourages personal growth, celebrates reason and offers a place for a Christianity around the sacred texts. As a Christian, we offer these things, so the Church has a Christ Deistic foundation, but lacks many features that necessary to establish a lasting church, so the Church extends in more directions than Christianity alone. The dictionary says that a church can be either a place of worship or religious teaching (School). If some feel the need to congregate with others for religious or spiritual reasons, then a church association is the solution to them. And if a person has no desire to engage in worship, then a church is not needed for that function. The Church is not intended as a house of worship. A church certainly is a religious teaching/learning movement and a place for devotion, however, the IAoC is a church by definition and by extension a place to pray and accomplish rituals.
Sharing the love of Christ as a member of the Interdenominational Assembly of Churches Association Ministry of Christian Corporations, your organization joins with other members around the world for mutual encouragement and support. By sharing fellowship through the IAoC, each organism is made stronger by access to a multitude of resources and expertise.
Our primary mission is to serve the local church or Christian Organization. The IAoC is here when you need help when you need resources, Christian education, and ministries and. We can provide training for church leaders, advising during times of conflict. We give you the assurance that your contributions are making a difference and resources to better preach the Gospels.
FAIR SHARE (Donation)
As an organization, the only way to survive is tied to the support and donation of our members provide. We exist to serve our members and relies on financial contributions to carry out our services.
The IAoC does require a membership donation plus each church support the organization through the Fair Share, we also ask churches to contribute to the Cathedraticum of each bishopric.