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Wrong Earl Parchia?

Dr. Earl Parchia

Founder and Pastor

Mt. Zion Assembly of the Apostolic Faith Church

Mt. Zion Assembly of the Apostolic Faith Church

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Employment History


Pentecostal Apostolic Church


Member of Executive Board

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Founded by the late Bishop Dr. ...

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Founded by the late Bishop Dr. Earl Parchia, founder and pastor of Mt. Zion Assembly of the Apostolic Faith Church, the UCPAAF membership is comprised of brethren who support the Apostolic Doctrine of repentance, water baptism in Jesus' name and the in-filing of the Holy Ghost with the evidence of speaking in tongues.

Staff Directory

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Bishop Earl Parchia (Emeritus)


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Bishop Earl Parchia, Diocesan Florida Council of Churches and Pastor Mt. Zion Assembly Church.

PAW Media Ministry - 2002 Summer Convention Washington, DC

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The Honorable Bishop Earl Parchia"Communion Service"

Florida man settles Life Settlement (viatical) dispute with Life Partners

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Earl Parchia, an Orlando, Florida Pentecostal pastor, bought the policy from life insurance policy reseller, Life Partners Holdings, Inc. 13 years earlier. In exchange for the company's offer of $150,000, Mr. Parchia surrendered his interest in the policy and dropped his lawsuit.

According to the story, Mr. Parchia, along with other investors, purchased a 42.8% fractional ownership in a life insurance from Life Partners Holdings, Inc. The company routinely resold whole and fractional life insurance policies which were sold by their original owners.
In many cases, the original policyholders sold their policies in exchange for access to the cash provided by life settlement companies like Life Partners Holdings, Inc. and investors like Mr. Parchia.
However, Life Partners reportedly told Mr. Parchia that he would need pay nothing more than a "policy purchase deposit" of $199,099. Within two years, however, they came to him and said that "an escrow account established at the time of the funding had been depleted".
This meant, the company told him, that he would need to begin paying over $5,000 per year to maintain the policy.
According to the lawsuit, Mr. Parchia "being totally at the mercy of Life Partners, Inc. paid annual premiums of $5,679.76 since 1998.

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