Iglesia de Misiones Pentecostales Libres de Chile

(Iglesia de Misiones Pentecostales Libres de Chile)
In 1974, Bishop Victor Labbe Dias had the vision to found the Free Pentecostal Missions. The constitution of the church was officially approved in 1977, and thereafter registration was granted. From 1983 onwards, the mission grew, and by 1989 there were congregations in the north and the south of the country. In 2005, most of the congregations were in rural areas in the 8th, 9th and 10th regions, where the church is working with the indigenous Mapucho and Chilote peoples. Activities of the church include: regular pastoral meetings, evangelism and health campaigns, prayer meetings, Sunday schools, Bible studies, women's groups, and youth groups. The church is also involved in social work in the community. The Free Pentecostal Missions Church is a church of the poor. The local congregations are situated in