Many do not realize that of the hundred's of harlot daughters of the Worldwide Church of God, that we also have one who is striving to build it's own little city. Welcome to the world of A Congregation of the Church of God
This little group is lead by Darryl Henson and Nelson Nichols. Henson was part of The Church of the Great God for a while till he got bent out of shape over calendar issues. Henson is part of the "new mooner's" that have occupied the minds of many COG splinter groups. Henson, like all rebellious COG ministers, decided to start his own splinter group.
Henson was intrigued by Utah and Zion National Park, in particular. He looked at the names that made up the various natural monuments in the park and decided that God had placed his name in that area. I guess he never realized that early Mormon pioneers had named these various natural wonders with LDS related names.
Henson has started to build his own little city with a few followers. He has even created a township in Northern Arizona along 'the strip'. The Arizona strip is well known for it's polygamist communities and religious isolationists seeking to be separated from mainstream society.. It runs along Hwy 89 between St. George and Freedonia, Arizona. For some reason, Arizona has a "hand's off" policy with this area and allows the polygamists and others to operate freely and openly. It is also one of the most desolate and isolated regions of the country.. Search as you might you will not find information about the town or the township though.
Darryl left CGG in July of 2000 over calendar issues, rejecting the Hebrew Calculated Calendar. Calls came from around the country asking for a Festival gathering on the correct days. As a result, a telephone hook-up began on Trumpets 2000 and 70 gathered in Zion National Park for the Feast of Tabernacles and yet another "daughter of Worldwide" was born, A Congregation of the Church of God (ACCOG). It is headquartered in Northern Arizona, maintains a Feast in Zion and now has developed a legal Township: Anatoth, Arizona. Population about 70 in 2006.