The Divine Sofia referred to as the See of Quebec, is the ecclesiastical jurisdiction of Eric Michel Ministries International, the episcopal
see of the Archbishop. It serves as the central point of reference for all EMMI everywhere. It is responsible for the governance of all
members, organized in chaplaincies, churches, and religious institutes. The centralized government with the House of Bishops President
as its chief administrator, and various ministries and executive departments.

Episcopal see
The seat or Divine Sofia of the Archbishop is in the City of Gatineau, Quebec.
An episcopal see is the area of a bishop's ecclesiastical jurisdiction, outside an episcopal see, are indicative of the geographical
significance of the term, making it synonymous with "districts". The term "see" is also used of the town where the cathedral or the bishop's
residence is located.

According to the Canon Law 019.4 Section 2 Location the Divine Sofia can be in any Canadian Province, in 2018, the see was moved from
Ontario to Quebec.

The district used in an ecclesiastical sense, it refers to an administrative territorial entity, the district is under the supervision of a bishop
and assistant bishops to help him or her, and is divided into Chaplaincies or Churches under the care of Superintendent Minister.
DISTRICTS

  1. Canada
  2. USA
  3. India
  4. Malawi
  5. Uganda
  6. Nepal
  7. Kenya
  8. Brazil
  9. Bangladesh
  10. R.D. Congo
  11. Nigeria
  12. Zambia
  13. Pakistan (New)

Ecumenical creeds is an umbrella
refer to the Nicene Creed, the
Apostles' Creed and, less commonly,
the Athanasian Creed. The
ecumenical creeds are also known
as the universal creeds. These
creeds are accepted by almost all
mainstream Christian denominations
in the West, including Reformed
churches, the Roman Catholic
Church, Anglican churches and
Lutheran churches. Many Methodist
churches accept the Nicene Creed
and Apostles' Creed.

The Eastern Orthodox Church
accepts the Nicene Creed, but
does not use the Apostles' Creed
or the Athanasian Creed.

A creed by definition is a summary
or statement of what one believes.
It originates from the Latin credo
meaning "I believe". The purpose
of a creed is to act as a yardstick
of correct belief. A creed is an
epitome, not a full definition, of
what is required for orthodoxy. It
was hoped that by memorizing this
summary of the faith, lay people
without extensive theological
training would still be able to
recognize deviations from orthodox
doctrines based on the Bible as
interpreted in Christian tradition.
The term ecumenical can refer to
efforts by Christians of different
church traditions to develop closer
relationships and better
understandings. The term is also
often used to refer to efforts
towards the visible and organic
unity of different Christian churches
in some form

In our Assembly
we are:
  1. Baptist
  2. Catholic Universalist
  3. United Methodist,
  4. Pentecostal
  5. Evangelic
  6. Unitarian Baptist