Values of the Church


All souls who have been taught, accepted and expressed his or her faith in all the basic teachings and doctrines of the Church, as administered through the consecrated Bishops, Presbyters and Ministers, and consequently baptized in the Most Holy Church of God in Christ Jesus shall be considered faithful (member).

Need For Discipline

The Church recognizes the need for discipline because the Lord disciplines those He loves, and He punishes everyone He accepts as a son. Endure hardship as discipline;

God is treating you as sons. For what son is not disciplined by his father?...Our fathers disciplined us for a little while as they thought best; but God disciplines us for our good. That we may share in His holiness. No discipline is pleasant at the time, but painful. Later on, however, it produces a harvest of righteousness and peace for those who have been trained by it" (Heb. 12:6-7,10-11NIV).


Disciplinary Procedures

Disciplinary cases involving oral and written reprimand shall be decided by the Minister in the "ekklesia" where the faithful who committed the infraction is registered as a member.  An interim COURT shall be appointed by the Bishop from among the Church officers, to adjudicate disciplinary cases which carry a penalty of suspension or expulsion from the Church.

 Disciplinary Action

The Bishop shall approve the final disciplinary action for cases carrying a penalty of suspension or higher.  He may, however, consult the Council of Ministers for advice on the action to be taken.


The Church through her instrumental Bishop reserves the right to take disciplinary action, including expulsion from the Church when warranted, against erring faithful, member, and/or official in order to preserve and defend the integrity of her systems of faith, teachings and doctrines; to maintain order and discipline; preserve unity between and among the faithful; and, to protect the interest of the Most Holy Church.


Christian Culture

All the faithful in the Most Holy Church of God in Christ Jesus are to conduct (1 Tim. 3:15) themselves and behave in accordance with the Christian culture. Such Christian conduct and behaviors include all aspects of their lives from birth until they die in the flesh. They have to live a holy life in the house (Church) of the Lord (Ps. 93:5; 2 Peter 3:11). The Most Holy Church is a radiant Church without stain or wrinkle or any other blemish, but holy and blameless (Eph. 5:27), and the individual faithful must strive to be perfect in the eyes of the Lord (Mat 5:48).


Bases of Behavior and Actions

Actions and behaviors of the faithful are based on values that the Church holds very dear. "And now these three remain: faith, hope and love" (1 Cor. 13:13 (a).

Faith - by faith we are justified and considered righteous (Gal.2:16; Rom. 4:3,5,6; also in Eph. 2:8-10).

Hope - by hope our strengths are renewed and soar on wings like eagles and not weary nor faint (Isa. 40:31).

Love - we have to love one another (John 3:11-24,4:7-21); without love, we are nothing (1 Cor. 13:1-3).

Core Value

The core value of the Church is AGAPE. "...But the greatest of these three (faith, hope and love) is LOVE (AGAPE)" (1Cor. 13:13 (b). AGAPE (LOVE) is the greatest commandment of God (Mat. 22:36-39) and all the law and the prophets hang on this commandment (Mat 22:40; also Rom. 13:8). Agape permeates all aspects of life of the faithful: be it serving the Lord, governing the Church, relating to each other, or even in the treatment of our enemies who were deceived by and victims of “satanas” (Gr. word which means satan the devil).

AGAPE is known only from the action it prompts as GOD has shown in the gift of His one and only son (John 4:9,10). It is the exercise of GOD's will in deliberate choice, made without assignable cause excepting that which lies in the nature of GOD MOST HIGH who Himself is AGAPE (Deut 7:7-8; John 4:8).

AGAPE, this is what we are as faithful in the MOST HOLY CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST JESUS.


The language spoken by the faithful is the "LANGUAGE OF ZION" which is the TRUTH. The Hebrew word for it is 'emeth' which means firm, trustworthy, stable, faithful, true or established fact. Our Father is "GOD of TRUTH" (Ps. 31:5). The word of the Lord is TRUTH (John 17:17) and the truth purifies the soul of the faithful (1 Peter 1:22).The faithful shall always speak and practice the TRUTH.


Rites and Rituals

Rites and rituals that are practiced by the Church are to declare the praises of the Lord GOD MOST HIGH who called them from darkness into His wonderful light, for the love of the faithful, and in the furtherance of the Church key mission in the whole world, to all nations.

Rites and rituals shall follow the procedures established by the Church through God's instrumental administrator, the Church Bishop.

Teachings and Doctrines

All teachings and doctrines of the Church shall conform to the Holy Scriptures as truth revealed to the Most Holy Church of God in Christ Jesus through the Church Bishop, upon consultation with the Council of Bishops.


Practices of the faithful in the Church conform to biblical doctrines and teachings. Customs and traditions may be the basis of practices only if these conform to the biblical doctrines and teachings of the Church.

Volunteers of the Church
The Church employs the services of volunteer workers in various capacities in so far as their services are required by the Church and as their faith dictate it, in the furtherance of the key mission of the Church. Such volunteer workers are employed without compensation, or his/her services may be in the form of donation to the Church.  This does not preclude, however, from compensating either in part or in full the services of such volunteer workers, as the financial standing of the Church allows it.