Praise Covenant Interdenominational Fellowship is a synergistic fellowship of Christians Churches and Ministries which recognize the need for networking, accountability, fellowship and resource sharing.



As we find a connection through the sharing of ideas we find it necessary to enter into partnership. As partners we are-on the same team-but, we maintain our own distinct identity and individuality in Christ. The Praise Covenant Interdenominational does not seek to be an instrument and ecclesiastical restraint in the sense of diminishing the member church or ministry's individual calling. Our aim is to promote interdependence while maintaining independence.

"Simon Peter, a servant and an Apostle of Jesus Christ, to them that have obtained LIKE PRECIOUS FAITH with us..." 11 Peter 1: 1  



We find that there is a great strength in the diversity of our backgrounds and experiences throughout the Body of Christ. Therefore, it is not our desire to become uniform in method, operation nor function. It is through fellowship that we take full advantage of the collective wisdom, knowledge and judgment that comes from God. We promote companionship and mutual sharing of interests, ideas and information. Our aim is unity without uniformity.

"Behold, how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in UNITY!” Psalms 133:1  



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Establishing and maintaining strong relationships is vital to the success of the fellowship. As we make every effort to strengthen one another we certainly recognize the importance of knowing one another, respecting one another and esteeming each member highly. The Praise Covenant Interdenominational Fellowship offers a system of accountability, which adheres to Biblical principles and insists upon the highest level of integrity and responsibility. Our aim accountability without jurisdiction.

"Therefore encourage on another and build up one another, just as you also are doing. But we request (beseech or ask), brethren that you appreciate (know) those who labor among you..." and to esteem them very highly in love for their work's sake. And be at peace among yourselves." I Thessalonians 5:11-13  



Amonth the many benefits of membership is the sharing of vital information and words of encouragement causes the participants of an organization or group to feel connected and to have mutual understanding. Regular consistent communication by the written word was practiced in the early church. The Apostle Paul gave this charge to the Church at Thessalonica: " I adjure (charge) you by the Lord to have this letter read to all the brethren (churches)" I Thessalonians 5:27.

"My people are destroyed for a lack of knowledge (range of information and understanding)" Hosea 4:6 



Annnual Leadership Conferences
Regional State Conferences
Licensing, Ordination and Consecration Preparation
Spiritual Covering
Christian Education
501 (C)(3) Assistance
Organizational Development
Leadership Development
Adjutancy Training

National Office

2499 Sycamore Ave.
Edgemere, MD 21219
Tel: 410-477-8886
Fax: 410-477-3312
Email: info@praisecovenant.org

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