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INC stands for Iglesia Ni Cristo
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Those interested in volunteering to participate in future relief efforts should visit the Iglesia ni Cristo Web site for more information: incmedia.
Almeda Street, in between Iglesia Ni Cristo Church and AVON Retail Shop.
Justice Secretary Hernani Perez also told the same press conference he met with the leaders of the pro-Estrada Iglesia ni Cristo (INC), another religious group with a large following, and assured them all of Estrada's rights are being guaranteed.
In addition three churches are established by local religious leaders: the Philippine Independent Church or "Aglipayan," the Iglesia ni Cristo (Church of Christ), and the Ang Dating Daan (an offshoot of Iglesia ni Cristo).
The Filipino Iglesia Ni Cristo also had a church in Pohnpei.
A number of groups had missionaries in the country on proselytizing or teaching assignments, including the Apostolic Foundation, Baha'i Faith, Roman Catholic Church, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Evangelical Church, High Adventure Ministries, Iglesia Ni Cristo, Jehovah's Witnesses, Korean Church, Korea Presbyterian Church, Pacific Missionary Aviation, Palau Assembly of God, and Seventh-day Adventists.
In addition there were three churches established by local religious leaders: The Philippine Independent Church or "Aglipayan," the Iglesia ni Cristo (Church of Christ), and the Ang Dating Daan (an offshoot of Iglesia ni Cristo).