The Assemblies of God of India is a Pentecostal Christian denomination in India and a member of the World Assemblies of God Fellowship. The Assemblies of God in India has 8,000 member churches and operates an Assembly of God College in Bangalore. The fellowship will host the 2011 AG World Congress, the world wide gathering of Assemblies of God leaders. Dr. David Mohan, senior pastor of New Life Assembly of God church in Chennai, is the General Superintendent of the Assemblies of God in India. The Assemblies of God in India is organized geographically: South India Assemblies of God, Assemblies of God of North India, Assemblies of God of East India. The three regional bodies govern their own internal affairs. The Assemblies of God of India is lead by a general superintendent, assistant general superintendent, secretary, treasurer, and three executive members.
Inter Denominational Christian Church (IDCC) as it is called within the religious complex in Qatar is a center where Christian Churches of different denominations have their independent premises for worship. Established in the year 2002, this institution has grown itself as a center of Christian worship for thousands of believers from different denominations. Though the individual member Churches are completely independent in the matters of faith and worship, all the Churches are commonly bound by a single common administration which is based on a Bye-law constituted by the member Churches.