Q+A :: How many U.S. churches exist?

Kent Shaffer —  December 15, 2008

Q+AHow many churches are in the U.S. today?
-Julie :: Canada

According to the book Beyond Megachurch Myths, there were 320,000 Christian U.S. churches in 2007. Of these U.S. churches, 1,250 were megachurches with an average weekend attendance of 2,000 or more.


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Kent Shaffer

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I live in an RV with my wife and 2 kids and work with OpenChurch.com to help Christians collaborate and build a global Church library of free, open content.

3 responses to Q+A :: How many U.S. churches exist?

  1. You could be philosophical and answer, “One, of course.”

  2. Then why does our President glorify the 1200 Muslim mosques & say we are no longer a Christian nation (his words)?

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