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One of the important and distinct expressions of protestant denominational life in the United States in the Twentieth century is the group called the Assemblies of God. The Assemblies of God have had a rapid growth in organization. In some instances the organizational life lagged behind its numerical growth. Such was the case in the state of Montana. Churches organized in this state were attached to two other Districts, the main portions of which were located in other states. It was finally deemed necessary and wise to organize a new district which would be called the Montana District Council of the Assemblies of God. This was done.
Garrett, Harry S., "A History of the Montana District Council of the Assemblies of God" (1960). Western Evangelical Seminary Theses. 424.