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Arunachal Baptist Church Council

The Arunachal Baptist Church Council (ABCC) is a Baptist Christian convention in the state of Arunachal Pradesh in North East India. ABCC is led by Rev. Wanlung Simai. The convention has its office at Naharlagun, Papum Pare District. ABCC is affiliated to the Council of Baptist Churches in Northeast India.[1]

ABCC has 82,929 baptized members in 977 churches.[2]

The following associations are affiliated to ABCC:

  1. Adi Baptist Church Association
  2. Dibang Lohit Baptist Christian Association
  3. Galo Baptist Church Council
  4. Hewa Baptist Church Association
  5. Mishmi Baptist Churches Council
  6. Tangsa Baptist Churches Association
  7. Tutsa Baptist Church Council
  8. Daporijo Town Baptist Church
  9. Nyishi Baptist Church Council

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