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The Living Church of God (LCG) is one of hundreds of groups that formed after the death of Herbert W. Armstrong, when major doctrinal changes (causing turmoil and divisions) were occurring in the former Worldwide Church of God (WCG) during the 1990s. It was after its founder, the late Roderick C. Meredith, was fired by Board members of the Global Church of God (GCG), that he went on to found, for a second time, a new organisation in 1998. It is just one of many and varied Sabbatarian Churches of God groups that have sprung up from the former Worldwide Church of God, known today as Grace Communion International (GCI). The US membership of LCG is around 11,300 with about 5,000 international members. From the LCG organization, several additional split-off groups have resulted over the years,

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  • The Living Church of God (LCG) is one of hundreds of groups that formed after the death of Herbert W. Armstrong, when major doctrinal changes (causing turmoil and divisions) were occurring in the former Worldwide Church of God (WCG) during the 1990s. It was after its founder, the late Roderick C. Meredith, was fired by Board members of the Global Church of God (GCG), that he went on to found, for a second time, a new organisation in 1998. It is just one of many and varied Sabbatarian Churches of God groups that have sprung up from the former Worldwide Church of God, known today as Grace Communion International (GCI). The US membership of LCG is around 11,300 with about 5,000 international members. From the LCG organization, several additional split-off groups have resulted over the years,
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  • The Living Church of God (LCG) is one of hundreds of groups that formed after the death of Herbert W. Armstrong, when major doctrinal changes (causing turmoil and divisions) were occurring in the former Worldwide Church of God (WCG) during the 1990s. It was after its founder, the late Roderick C. Meredith, was fired by Board members of the Global Church of God (GCG), that he went on to found, for a second time, a new organisation in 1998. It is just one of many and varied Sabbatarian Churches of God groups that have sprung up from the former Worldwide Church of God, known today as Grace Communion International (GCI). The US membership of LCG is around 11,300 with about 5,000 international members. From the LCG organization, several additional split-off groups have resulted over the years, each one headed by a former LCG minister.
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