is Heritage Month. This year we will take up our very first Heritage Offering to help fund the work of the Archives Department. This video explains who we are, what we do and how to support us! Thank you for your generosity!

Thank you for visiting the North Carolina Conference Archives Ministries webpage!

We believe that the keeping and telling of testimonies is central to the health and inspiration of the church and exist therefore to maintain these records for the education and edification of the body. We also serve to assist local church historians, scholars and writers with various research projects. Our collection is both built and maintained by our donors and has been referred to as “one of the best collection I have seen” by internationally recognized authority on Pentecostal history, Dr. Vinson Synan.


If you have important historical publications, documents, pictures or artifacts that you would like to secure in our climate controlled, acid-free, fireproof facilities, please contact the conference office to discuss this with us and arrange for transfer of any qualifying materials.


If you would like to support Archives Ministries through a monthly donation or a one-time gift, please contact Karen Carter at the conference office at 910-980-1162 to set up payments or designate your check(s) to Archives Dept. “General Fund” or “Building Fund” and mail to:

Archives Ministries
 NC Conference, IPHC
 P.O. Box 59
 Falcon, NC 28342

If you are a historian or a researcher who needs assistance, please call the conference office or contact Karen Lucas at klucas@nciphc.com


The Archives Ministries Department also considers it a pleasure to assist families in the memorialization of their loved ones so that their testimony and influence can be preserved for years to come. If you would like to participate in this project, please contact us to get started or visit our “Tributes for Treasures” on-line Memorial Page at www.nciphcarchives@blogspot.com to see memorials that have already been set up. We work very closely with our families to ensure their comfort and satisfaction and all proceeds are currently going towards the continued improvement of our facilities.

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"The IPHC Archives and Research Center that is located in Oklahoma, OK needs help to collect the following materials:"

  • Live Coals of Fire (1898-1899);
  • Live Coals (1902-1907);
  • Holiness Advocates (1900-1908);
  • Apostolic Evangels (1909-1917, et al); and
  • Bridegroom’s Messenger (1907-1909, et al).

 Related periodicals that have been the object of extensive searches are 

  • The Way of Faith (1903-1918, et al) and
  • The Altamont Witness (1911-1918, originals).

 Additional serials of interest include: 

  • Little Pentecostal People,
  • Twilight Echoes;
  • PHC Sunday School Magazine (1920s);
  • Southwestern PH News;
  • The Pentecostal Holiness Herald.

 We also lack a complete run of conference minutes from all conferences.

"If you would like to own a copy of some IPHC resources, here is a link to the IPHC Archives and Research Center Online Store: http://iphc.org/gso/archives/store/


Our store is temporarily down as we upgrade to a new vendor. To purchase an item, please contact us at archives@iphc.org or (405) 792-7158.

Email: archives@nciphc.com

Who We Are

The North Carolina Conference of the IPHC is a full gospel organism of believers created to glorify God and increase Christ's kingdom by equipping pastors and church leaders to be successful at winning the lost, discipling believers, and multiplying believers and churches for ministry in the 21st century.

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