Christ Castle Church is a Member of Two Denominations:

1) The General Association of Six-Principle Baptists –

This is one of the oldest denominations in the United states having been formed in 1652.  The history of General Six-Principle Baptists in America began in Rhode Island in 1652 when the historic First Baptist Church, once associated with Roger Williams, split. The occasion was the development within the congregation of an Arminian majority who held to the six principles of Hebrew 6:1–2: repentance from dead works, faith toward God, the doctrine of baptisms, the laying-on of hands, resurrection of the dead, and eternal judgment. Of these,


2) The Anglican Free Communion –

This denomination was founded in 1897 and consists of approximately 90 churches today.  Today’s Communion, formerly known as the Episcopal Free Church, is a large group of Anglicans of all varieties of Churchmanship, From Anglo-Catholic (High Church), Evangelical (Low Church), Latitudinarian (Broad Church), Charismatic and Liberal. This Communion was established in England on 02 November 1897 by a union of several small British episcopates established in the 1870s, independent of the Church of England: