The fastest-growing religion in America is the Christian faith.
The fastest growing religion among evangelicals, Mormons and Sikhs is Judaism.
The oldest religion in this country is Islam.
The religion that’s the fastest growing among Muslims is Islam, and the fastest-expanding among Christians is Islam and Christianity.
All of them have a strong presence in the US.
They have the largest numbers of adherents, they’re growing fast and they’re all religious in some way.
Nowhere is this more evident than in America’s largest Christian denomination, the Presbyterian Church.
The Presbyterian Church has a membership of roughly 17 million, and more than 2 million of them are in the country legally.
The church’s largest denomination is the United Church of Christ, which counts nearly 20 million members.
About a third of those are in their congregations in cities.
More than 10 percent of them live in states with the highest percentage of non-citizens in their populations.
And the church is growing faster than any other Christian denomination.
Its membership is up more than 20 percent in the past decade, from just under 8 million in 1990 to nearly 14 million in 2017.
In fact, the number of members who are UCCs has grown faster than the population of the United Kingdom over the same period.
There are some caveats to the growth of the UCC, including the church’s declining share of the population.
In a 2016 study, the Pew Research Center looked at the church and found that its membership declined from 6 percent of the American population in 1990, to 3 percent in 2015.
The decline was due to a decline in the number who had children, a decline that accelerated when the U.S. Census Bureau began keeping track of church members in 2020.
And there were other factors.
The Pew Research study found that the number that was in the church peaked in 2000 at 9.5 percent of its population, which dropped to 4 percent in 2010.
In the same study, Pew found that while the number is growing, it is not growing rapidly enough to justify the large size of the church.
In contrast, the UMC is growing rapidly, according to a study published in The Times of India in 2018.
The UMC’s membership has more than doubled in the last decade.
And a study released by the Pew research group in 2017 found that members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, the largest Protestant denomination in the world, grew faster than members of any other Protestant denomination between 2000 and 2017.
The largest denomination, Catholics, grew at a slower pace than the UCA.
The most rapid growth in the UCR is among evangelicals.
They are now the fastest rising religious group in America, and their membership has tripled in the same time period.
A Pew study in 2017 estimated that the UCD would be the fastest expanding religious group among Christians in 2020, with more than 9 million members in the entire United States.
The number of UCC members is growing even faster than evangelicals.
There were roughly 13 million UCC Christians in the USA in 2017, up from around 4.5 million in 2016.
And that growth is largely due to people joining the church legally.
They can be legal residents in many states.
They’re also a relatively small minority in the larger UCC body.
Pew found in its study that the majority of UCR members are people of color.
In 2018, Pew counted more than 3.5 billion people in the nation, including 1.9 billion Latinos, and 1.4 billion African Americans.
But the UCPB’s growth rate among non-Latinos is even more impressive.
According to Pew, the growth in non-Hispanic UCC churches has been twice as fast as among Hispanics, which is a huge difference from how the two groups are treated in the mainstream media.
And it’s even more significant when you factor in the numbers of people who are unaffiliated with any religion.
That includes atheists, agnostics, and others.
In 2017, Pew reported that the growth rate of nonbelief among the UCHC was nearly 40 percent.
But Pew’s numbers are based on only one year, and there is a lot of uncertainty about how long the UHC will continue to grow.
The Church of the Nazarene is a member of the Universal House of Justice, the umbrella group for the UHCOJ, the international umbrella organization for all UHCs.
The United Church has more members in its churches in the countries of the Americas, but it has also grown dramatically over the past few years.
The growth rate for the United House of Christian Unity is now nearly 70 percent.
The rate of growth for the International House of Prayer is even higher.
And in 2019, the United Methodist Church reported that its members were increasing by over 40 percent in its largest U.C. cities, up to 2.4 million in the cities of Los Angeles, Miami, Austin, Houston and other major cities.