Best Churches In the Philippines

The Top Ten
1 Iglesia Ni Cristo Temple

Majestic as it is, the Iglesia Ni Cristo Temple showcases the unseen qualities of the organization it represents. From a distance, it appears to be floating in glory. It's truly amazing for a church with a humble beginning, from its country of origin (the Philippines being a third-world country) to achieve its present stature - a global church!

By analogy, it could be compared to a glowing tree planted in rocky and dry ground. Without biases, this church really deserves one's admiration.

Nothing or no religion can put down the Iglesia ni Cristo nowadays. It is the only church in the world that is ever-growing compared to other religions today. Even in Japan, China, Russia, and all those impossible places you'd never guess the church would penetrate, especially Spain, the central place of Catholicism. We've got locales there in Madrid, top that! After only 100 years, we've reached all over the world. Even in Japan and Australia, we have big locales there too.

So, think of your soul's future. Would you rather be held by angels (ministers of the church) by both hands and feet, saying 1...2...3... then thrown down where there's weeping and gnashing of teeth, doing the disco dance with red lights at the bottom of their feet? Or would you rather enter the kingdom of Christ where there is no need to work or have a job, everything there is free, no more pain or sorrow? We'll be with the Lord forever. But your name must be in the book of life. What is that book? That obviously is the Bible. Your name not there, sorry. No entrance for you, just like in the movie "Ghost," those terrible shadows await you.

2 Iglesia Ni Cristo In Capitol Quezon City

In a time of great religious recession, the Church of Christ continues to erect magnificent houses of worship on the same level of splendor as the ancient cathedrals of old.

The moment you enter the temple, you feel inner peace, joy, and bliss.

You know in your heart and soul that this is God's temple. The beautiful and magnificent design of the temple is mind-blowing. The solemnity of the service, from the hymns and the sounds of the organ to the words of God being preached by the minister, is so enriching and inspiring.

Definitely, a place to visit in the Philippines.

3 Manila Philippines LDS Temple

I will not boast about my own religion, but I would like to share my testimony about this Temple.

First of all, perhaps a few of us Filipinos don't really know what "Mormon/LDS" is all about. That's why I would like to share this church with you. "The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints" is a global church, consisting of almost 19,000,000 members.

I would like to share that it is our faith and belief that this is the True Church of Christ, restored since the end of the great apostasy in 1830. We believe that "God is the Eternal Father, and in His Son Jesus Christ and in the Holy Ghost."

We believe that, just like in ancient times, God speaks to man in the Temple. In the Temple, all sacred ordinances are performed, and nothing worldly or unbecoming can enter into it.

We believe that the TEMPLE IS THE HOUSE OF THE LORD, and it is so sacred, an earthly representation of Heaven. This is my testimony: that God lives, and He still speaks to us today through His prophets and apostles. I believe that "The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints" is the restored church of God, once established on earth.

We are all Sons and Daughters of God. I have never felt so happy and free since my family got involved in this church. I am not ashamed of my testimony. I affirm that Heavenly Father lives and loves us so much. I want you to feel what my family and I feel to this day: the blessings and comfort we have experienced.

Truly, the Temple is a house of the Lord, where Heaven and Earth meet, and every soul receives their own chance to live again with God. I leave these things in the sacred Name of Jesus Christ. Amen.

4 Iglesia Ni Cristo, Locale of Commonwealth

For the glory of our Lord God... a place where worshippers gather.

5 Pentecostal Missionary Church of Christ (4th Watch)

This is the only church where every minister is not serving God because of money or salary but because it was their calling. Every minister, presbyter, bishop, and the apostle himself have no assets and left all material things behind with a focus on serving God and perfecting the church.

This is the true church because it is the only church that has a living apostle. The Bible says in 1 Corinthians 12:28 and Ephesians 4:11 that the church should have a complete set of gifts.

Praise the Lord.

This is the church that has a complete set of the gifts of the Holy Spirit. I'm proud to be a member of this church. Praise the Lord!

6 Iglesia Ni Cristo 2nd Temple, Candelaria
7 Sts. Peter and Paul Cathedral
8 Basilica de San Martin de Tours

It is a Minor Basilica in the town of Taal, Batangas, in the Philippines. Considered to be the largest church in the Philippines and in Asia, it stands 96 meters (315 ft) long and 45 meters (148 ft) wide. St. Martin of Tours is the patron saint of Taal, whose fiesta is celebrated every November 11.

The biggest church in the Philippines.

9 Iglesia Ni Cristo, Locale of Tondo
10 Iglesia Ni Cristo, Locale of Binondo
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11 Christ's Commission Fellowship

We are Christ-committed followers!

12 The Golden Mosque of Cotabato City
13 Iglesia ni Cristo lokal ng Banlat Tandang Sora QC.
14 Barasoain Church
15 Iglesia Ni Cristo, Locale of Cebu

As a member of the Iglesia ni Cristo, I am very privileged to have been blessed with the union of marriage inside this locale in Cebu City.

16 Iglesia Ni Cristo Lokal ng Capitol Mankilam, Tagum City
17 Iglesia Ni Cristo Baguio City
18 Members Church of God International, ADD Convention Center

I've been there, and it is huge and nice.

19 San Agustin Church of Manila

The real church of God, Jesus Christ, since he was here in this world. He founded his Church in Jerusalem in the year 33 A.D., giving the keys of authority to St. Peter. Until now, through succession, it has come down to Pope Francis. Other Christian religions are not from Jesus Christ.

20 Our Lady of Manaoag Shrine in Pangasinan
21 Greenhills Mosque
22 San Sebastian Church of Manila
23 Dauis Church of Bohol
24 Iglesia ni Cristo Paco Church
25 Paoay Church
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