ÉEna Evangelio. ÉEna ​Pisti. ​ÉEna ​Theos.

One Gospel. One Bible. One Faith. Once the largest Pre-Nicene Christian denomination in the world, the Marcionite Christian Church was founded in 144 A.D. by Saint Marcion of Sinope and is the birthplace of the very first Christian bible created that same year.

Beliefs, Doctrine & Dogma

The foundational canon of the Marcionite Christian Church is The Very First Bible of 144 A.D., consisting of the Gospel of The Lord and the Apostle Paul's original ten epistles. 
"But I certify you, brethren, that the gospel which was preached of me is not after man.
 For I neither received it of man, but by the revelation of Jesus Christ."

Galatians 1:8-9

God Our Father

God was only revealed to us through His Son, Jesus Christ, through whom all was created.

Arrival of Jesus

Jesus, who transcends race for the salvation of all, descended from heaven in 29 A.D. and took on a fully human adult form.


There is one God, who is Father, Son and Holy Spirit. Marcionites are not Gnostics.

Rites & Sacraments

Marriage, baptism and mass are among the rites and sacraments celebrated by the Marcionte Christian Church.


There is one gospel - The Gospel of The Lord - the revelation received bythe Apostle Paul directly from Jesus Christ.


Become a parishioner of the Marcionite Christian Church and find a Domus Ecclesia (house church) in your area.

Learn more about Marcion of Sinope, the Patron Saint 
of the Marcionite Christian Church

St. Marcion (85-160) was the son of the Bishop of Pontus and retraced the routes of the Apostle Paul's evangelical journeys across the Roman Empire. And from the churches established by Paul, he collected the original ten epistles and the Gospel of The Lord, transcribing them and creating the first Christian bible in 144 A.D.

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