Pentecostal Church of Chile (IPC)

Iglesia Pentecostal de Chile

The Pentecostal Church of Chile (IPC) was founded in 1945 by Bishop Chavez.  The headquarters are in Curico, about 200kms south of Santiago.

The Pentecostal Church of Chile is a religious entity which belongs to the whole churches of the Pentecostal Church of Chile. Under Chilean law, the church is a business and is under the name of “Corporation Pentecostal Church of Chile” since 1947. Local projects include a home to care for the elderly, lunch rooms for the children of poorer families, practical workshops to instruct women in health, nutrition, home-based industries, and programs to empower youth in developing their leadership skills and gifts. The church is also open to cooperation and communication with other churches and religious organizations.

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