- Church of God
United States Christian bodiesCatholic & AnglicanHoliness & PietistLutheranMethodistPentecostalPresbyterian & ReformedOther
- 1 Major denominations
- 2 Smaller and/or lesser known denominations
- Church of God (Anderson, Indiana).
- Freikirchlicher Bund Gemeinde Gottes (Germany)
- Church of God in Denmark
- Church of God - German Canadian Mission Board
- Church of God (Evening Light)
Smaller and/or lesser known denominations
- Church of God (Huntsville, Alabama)
- Church of God by Faith
- Church of God, House of Prayer
- Church of God Mountain Assembly
- Church of God of the Original Mountain Assembly
- Church of God with Signs Following (aka Snake Handlers)
- Fire Baptized Holiness Church of God of the Americas
- Indian Pentecostal Church of God - headquarters in Eluru, India
- New Testament Christian Churches of America, Inc., founded as New Testament Church of God
- Pentecostal Church of God - headquarters in Joplin, Missouri
- The Pentecostal Church of God (Detroit)
- Redeemed Christian Church of God - based in Nigeria
- The (Original) Church of God (aka The Church of God in Chattanooga, Tennessee)
- The Church of God (Charleston, Tennessee)
- The Church of God (Jerusalem Acres)
- The Church of God for All Nations
- The Church of God in Divine Order
- The Church of God under the leadership of Bishop James C. Nabors
- Apostolic Overcoming Holy Church of God
- Church of God (Guthrie, Oklahoma)
- Church of God (Holiness)
- Church of God of the Union Assembly
- Church of God (Restoration)
- Christian Baptist Church of God
- Churches of God General Conference (Winebrenner) (CGGC), of John Winebrenner.
Adventist Churches of God
- Church of God General Conference (aka Church of God of the Abrahamic Faith, CoGGC)
- Church of the Blessed Hope (aka Church of God of the Abrahamic Faith, CGAF)
- General Conference of the Church of God (Seventh-Day) (CoG7)
Sabbatarian Churches of God
- Church of God, an International Community - based in Pasadena, California
- Church of God, a Worldwide Association - based in Orlando, Florida
- Intercontinental Church of God - based in Tyler, Texas
- Church of God International (USA) - based in Tyler, Texas
- Church of God - Preparing for the Kingdom of God
- Church of the Great God - based in Charlotte, North Carolina
- Global Church of God - based in the UK, affiliated with the Church of the Eternal God (U.S.) and the Church of God, a Christian Fellowship, (Canada)
- Living Church of God - based in Charlotte, North Carolina
- Philadelphia Church of God - based in Edmond, Oklahoma
- Restored Church of God - based in Wadsworth, Ohio
- United Church of God - based in Milford, Ohio
- Worldwide Church of God (pre-1995—now evangelical, non-Sabbatarian, and known since 2009 as Grace Communion International)
- Israelite Church of God in Jesus Christ
- Church of God and Saints of Christ
- Spiritual Israel Church and Its Army, founded using the term Church of God in David
- Members of the Church of God International - headquarters in Apalit, Pampanga, Philippines
- Most Holy Church of God in Christ Jesus - founded by Teofilo Ora and based in Philippines
- World Mission Society Church of God - a South Korean New Religious Movement.
- The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints - The "Mormons" - Once called The Church of God in its origination period.
- Jesus Christ the Good Shepherd Church of God in union with the Christian United Church - based in Dasmarinas City, Cavite Philippines.
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