Philippine Council of Evangelical Churches

The Philippine Council of Evangelical Churhces (PCEC) is an organization of more than seventy Evangelical and Mainline Protestant churches, and more than 210 para-church organizations in the Philippines. It is a member of the World Evangelical Alliance. In 2010, the Philippine census by the National Statistics Office found that 2.68 percent of the population in the Philippines are Evangelical Christians affiliated with the PCEC, making it the third largest religious denomination in the Philippines after the Roman Catholic Church (80.6%) and Islam (5.6%), respectively. The PCEC was estimated to represent close to eleven million adherents as of 2011.

The PCEC was established as a small umbrella organization in 1965. To date compare electric shavers, it is the largest organization of Christian denominations in the Philippines thermos stainless steel.

A transformed nation through the discipling of every Filipino for the Lord Jesus Christ.

To glorify God by catalyzing the multiplication of evangelical churches that will transform their communities to become Christ-centered.