The Flower Pentecostal Heritage Center (FPHC) is the largest Pentecostal archives in the world. Located in the National Office of the Assemblies of God USA, the FPHC collects printed materials, oral histories, artifacts, photographs, and memorabilia documenting the Assemblies of God and the broader Pentecostal and charismatic movements, spanning the globe. Visit our research center and museum in Springfield, Missouri, USA, or access http://iFPHC.org for more information.

When historians, church leaders, students, and other researchers need to access materials pertaining to the Pentecostal tradition, they often do research at the FPHC.

The FPHC seeks to build bridges across the ethnic, linguistic, cultural, national, and denominational divides within the global Pentecostal movement. Our extensive collections include materials in over 140 languages. It is important to document and warrant the voices of all Pentecostals, so that those from lesser-known groups can be heard alongside those from major denominations.

The Flower Pentecostal Heritage Center has a dedicated, knowledgeable staff of professional archivists and historians. Read about the FPHC staff here.