The Auxiliaries in Ministry Convention or A.I.M. Convention is the annual international convention held in various cities across North America celebrating the auxiliary departments and the ministries and missions of the Church of God in Christ. From the 1960's to the 1990's, the AIM Convention used to be called the United National Auxiliary Conference or U.N.A.C., but it was later renamed in 1996 to the "Auxiliaries in Ministry". The AIM Convention is also held by local jurisdictions as well. When it started out as the UNAC, only a few hundred attended the convention each year, but in the 1990's well up into the present, nearly 4,000 to 6,000 people attend the convention each year. 2017 AIM is going to be in Charlotte, NC.  

COGIC Gospel Mass ChoirEdit

The International Gospel Mass Choir under the leadership of Dr. Mattie Moss Clark made the UNAC Convention very famous by singing and performing original songs written by Dr. Clark, her daughters , Bettye Ransom Nelson, and many more popular Gospel songwriters affiliated with the COGIC. The choir made several records, and later on in the late 1990's, CD's, of their performances of their songs they sang at the UNAC Conventions and the AIM Conventions.

Local JurisdictionsEdit

Local COGIC Jurisdictions also hold AIM Conventions in their states as well every year.

Notable Locations of the UNAC/AIM ConventionEdit

United StatesEdit

  • Indianapolis, Indiana
  • Baltimore, Maryland
  • Atlanta, Georgia
  • Birmingham, Alabama
  • Detroit, Michigan
  • Charlotte, North Carolina
  • Los Angeles, California
  • New York City, New York
  • Houston, Texas
  • Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  • Saint Louis, Missouri
  • Saint Paul, Minnesota
  • Las Vegas, NV
  • Charlotte, North Carolina (2017)


  • Montreal, Canada
  • Toronto, Canada


  • Mexico City, Mexico