City officials recently expressed their warmest greetings to the Pentecostal Missionary Church of Christ (PMCC) 4th Watch headed by Apostle Arsenio T. Ferriol on its 50th founding anniversary.
In a resolution, local legislators stated that at present, the Pentecostal Missionary Church of Christ is now in over 100 cities of the world, including in major capitals, with over a thousand locale churches and remains spreading the word of God, uplifting and advocating inspiration programs, intercessory prayers and humanitarian acts, among others.
The PMCC 4th Watch is a Pentecostal Christian denomination based in the country and which has expanded to various cities around the world over the past several decades.
The said church was founded in 1972 by Arsenio T. Ferriol, who is the church’s current Executive Minster, who envisioned to be able to reach the farthest corners of the world with the Gospel of Jesus and with the true doctrines of God.
Further, PMCC was registered on August 30, 1973 and has become one of the so-called fastest growing independent denominations in the country and one of the largest indigenous Pentecostal churches having a nationwide presence in almost every city and province in the Philippines.
Copies of the approved resolution will be transmitted to the PMCC for information, ready reference, guidance and further needed action.