The church is a member of EMMI Interdenominational Assembly of Churches.
This church can be described as a Reformed Church and adheres to Reformed Confessions with the Apostles Creed and Nicene Creed.
The EMMI Pentecostal Evangelical Christian Church is a independent denominational and its members are governing in the tradition of congregational polity. The Elders of the church are held accountable only to the administration of the church including all temporal assets, also EMMI has the freedom of thought and conscience to practice their faith without doctrinal restrictions. The superintendent tittle is a Dean is the highest authority representing EMMI Symposium. Ordinations are approved by the Credentials Standing Committee and ministerial credentials come from the House of Bishop at EMMI..Ordained or licensed ministers, both male and female, provide leadership for the church and preside over the ordinances. (Note: No Dean is appointed presently)
Ministries The EMMI Pentecostal Evangelical Christian Church consisted of those who came away from a variety of fundamental, evangelical denominations and base its Biblical mission on the Great Commission found in the gospel of Matthew, with the power to Christianize the world with the gospel of the Kingdom before Jesus returns.
The Holy Order Ministry
Apostle: Rev. Eric Michel Archbishop
The all needed to be commissioned by EMMI Synod with authority in the church of Jesus Christ.
Sacraments The EMMI Pentecostal Evangelical Christian Church teaches that Jesus Christ instituted two ordinances as instruments of his grace, found in Baptism, which is limited to those old enough to make a profession of faith and the Lord's Supper.
The EMMN Evangelical Christian Church has eleven Articles of Faith That are considered to be our definitive doctrinal statement: