Posted by: Apostolic Oneness Pentecostals | November 10, 2008

The Month Of November In Pentecostal History


The Month of November in Pentecostal History!

9 November 1883-Samuel Nathan Hancock, founder of the Pentecostal Church of the Apostolic Faith, was born in Adair County, Kentucky. He married Fannie Haywood, daughter of G.T. and Ida Haywood.

November 1904-Beginning of the widespread Welsh Revival that Bartleman and others viewed as a spiritual precursor to the Pentecostal outpouring in Los Angeles.

3-12 November 1922-Southern Bible Conference was held in Little Rock, Arkansas. The meeting, intended for fellowship in the Southland, contributed to the racial division of the Pentecostal Assemblies of the World in 1924.

27 November 1924-First services held at the newly-constructed Christ Temple Apostolic Faith Church in Indianapolis, Indiana, led by Bishop Garfield Thomas Haywood.

3 November 1925-First General Assembly of the Pentecostal Ministerial Alliance began in St. Louis.

18-20 November 1931-Apostolic Church of Jesus Christ held a special joint conference with the Pentecostal Assemblies of the World, and the two reunited to form the Pentecostal Assemblies of Jesus Christ in St. Louis on 18 November 1931.

5-13 November 1942-Tenth General Conference of the Pentecostal Church Incorporated held in Memphis, Tennessee.

4-10 November 1943-Eleventh General Conference of the Pentecostal Church Incorporated held in Hot Springs, Arkansas.

1 November 1953–Ray Agnew was appointed manger of the Pentecostal Publishing House, succceeding J.O. Wallace.

20 November 1957–Samuel N. Hancock left the Pentecostal Assemblies of the World and incorporated the Pentecostal Churches of the Apostolic Faith Association with headquarters in Detroit, Michigan. Bishop Hancock’s wife was Ida Haywood, daughter of Garfield Thomas Haywood.

17 November 1961-Charles Harrison Mason, first Presiding Bishop of the Church of God in Christ, died.


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