Crenshaw Christian Center
- Apostle Frederick K.C. Price
Apostle Frederick K. C. Price is the Founder of Crenshaw Christian Center (CCC) in Los Angeles, California. He began CCC in 1973 and the church has grown to become a world-renowned ministry which boasts the prodigious FaithDome and a congregation of about 22,000. Apostle Price is believed to be the first African American minister to broadcast on television with his powerful “Ever Increasing Faith” program, reaching an estimated 15 million households each week. In 1990, Apostle Price founded the Fellowship of International Christian Word of Faith Ministries (FICWFM). Members of FICWFM include churches from all over the United States and various countries. In 2001, Apostle Price established Crenshaw Christian Center East in New York City, NY directly across from Central Park. The current membership is approximately 1,400. After more than 35 years of service, the Apostle formally installed his son, Pastor Frederick K. Price Jr., as his successor. He continues to serve at the helm as the Chairman of CCC’s Board of Directors and not only ministers in the FaithDome, but travels extensively teaching the uncompromising Word of God.
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At the age of 17, Pastor Frederick Kenneth Price, Jr. accepted the call to ministry during… Learn more
People all over the world know Apostle Frederick K. C. Price through the “Ever Increasing… Learn more