The United Pentecostal Church
1952 Districts & Officials

Through the years, the United Pentecostal Church has gone through changes in how the states and provinces have been divided into districts. In the beginning, because of a lack of churches, some states/provinces had to combine to form one district. Now, some states have more than one district due to the numerous churches there.

For those interested in UPC history, we are providing a list of districts as they appeared in the 1952 directory. Included are the offices held in each district, with the name of each official. Some names you may readily recognize.

Below is a PDF file showing the 1952 UPC Districts and the officials.

UPC Districts in 1952.

To view the list of the ministers from 1952, click here. To view the list of the churches from 1952, click here. To view the Articles of Faith from 1952, click here.

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