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What does BGC stand for?
BGC stands for Baptist General Conference (formerly Swedish Baptist Denomination)
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- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
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We have 107 other meanings of BGC in our Acronym Attic
- Bagot Goat Breed Society (formerly Bagot Goat Study Group)
- British Guiana Broadcasting Service
- Bowling Green Business University (Bowling Green, KY)
- British Guild of Beer Writers
- Bad Girls Club (TV show)
- Balaklava Gliding Club (South Australia)
- Bangkok Golf Club (Thailand)
- Bangsar Gospel Centre (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia)
- Bank Giro Credit
- Bankgirocentralen (Sweden)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Heart of the Valley, celebrating its 65th anniversary this year and also known as First Baptist Church of Reseda, was affiliated with the Baptist General Conference, a denomination with Swedish roots.
Harland Company , today announced that Baptist General Conference Cornerstone Fund, located in Arlington Heights, Illinois, has selected the BankServ(TM) in-house data processing system to provide comprehensive processing capabilities to its customers.
Bulcha's oversees adventures began in 1967, when she joined the Baptist General Conference Mission and went to Ethiopia.
At the 1983 yearly meeting of the Seventh Day Baptist General Conference held in Houghton, New York, Randolph repeated something he had heard industrialist Henry J.
Authors represent nine different Baptist bodies, including the Alliance of Baptists, the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship, the Southern Baptist Convention, the Baptist General Conference, the American Baptist Churches, and the Progressive National Baptist Convention.
4) The Seventh Day Baptist General Conference at that time might have split were it not for the fact that our numbers were too small to support two denominations.
The Baptist General Conference identifies sixty-seven churches that ministered originally to Scandinavian immigrants.