Below is a PDF file that will take you to a complete listing of the churches that were part of the United Pentecostal Church in 1952. As directories have been put together in the fall of the prior year, this listing more accurately reflects churches from 1951.
For those who have dial up, please be forewarned that the file is around seven MB in size. If you have cable or DSL, you should have no problems accessing it.
It's not everyday that one gets a chance to look this far back into the past of the UPC, so close to their beginnings, so I am glad to be able to provide those interested with a complete listing as was found in the 1952 directory. Enjoy finding familiar names and churches. Spend time comparing what churches are still in operation and what ones are not. If you are a current UPC member, you may enjoy seeing who previously pastored the church you attend.
Some may also find it interesting how many women either pastored or were licensed as ministers in the early days of the organization. If one were to remove the women from the 1952 directory, the number of UPC ministers would be significantly less.
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