About Church of God (Holiness)
The Church of God (Holiness) is an association of autonomous congregations. They are held together by common beliefs and an annual General Convention. Each congregation may send a delegate to the General Convention each June to represent its interests. One vote is allowed for every 25 members in the congregation who are born again. The main function of the General Convention is to elect members to various boards and committees from its delegates.
About 120 anglo congregations in the USA are affiliated with the Church of God (Holiness).
In addition to the Kansas Christian College, the COGH has many day schools around the USA.
Mt. State Christian in West Virginia; Kirksville Christian in Kirksville, MO; Ft. Scott Christian in Ft. Scott, KS; Mt. Zion Bible School in Ava, MO; Gravette Holiness Bible School in Gravette, AR; and Overland Christian Schools in Overland Park, KS (affiliated with KCC), are the larger schools. Other Christian day schools are sponsored by and are operated in local churches.
The Harmony Hill Youth Ministries is an effective youth emphasis.
The printing establishment for the movement is called the Herald and Banner Press.
Church of God (Holiness)
The mission of the Church of God (Holiness) is to exalt Christ, equip the Church, and evangelize the world.