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European Baptist Federation

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The European Baptist Federation (EBF) is a federation of 51 Baptist associations and is one of six regional fellowships in the Baptist World Alliance. The EBF was founded in Ruschlikon, Switzerland, in 1949. It lays a great deal of emphasis on human rights, religious liberty and aid programs. The Federation represents about 12,942 congregations of Baptists with 739,105 members. The current general secretary is Rev. Anthony Peck.

Statistics

The year is the year of the statistic data regarding the number of Baptist Churches and members.

Country Year Churches[1] Members[1] Total population number of baptists
/ 100,000 citizens
Armenia 2011 150 4,850 3,262,200 149
Austria 2011 26 1,519 8,458,023 18
Azerbaijan 2011 22 3,000 9,356,500 3.2
Belarus 2011 312 13,884 9,462,400 147
Belgium 2011 26 972 11,139,292 9
Bosnia and Herzegovina 2011 5 200 3,839,737 5
Bulgaria 2011 128 5,150 7,364,570 70
Croatia 2011 50 2,000 4,290,612 47
Czech Republic 2011 40 2,332 10,513,209 22
Denmark 2011 55 5,412 5,602,628 97
Estonia 2011 85 6,057 1,294,455 468
Finland 2011 32 2,345 5,399,090 43
France 2011 119 6,519 65,605,000 10
Georgia 2011 75 5,085 4,469,200 114
Germany 2011 884 88,571 81,946,000 108
Hungary 2011 309 11,512 9,957,731 116
Italy 2011 112 4,277 60,870,745 7
Latvia 2011 88 6,539 2,070,371 316
Lithuania 2011 8 363 2,976,100 12
Moldova 2011 481 19,604 3,559,500 551
Netherlands 2011 77 10,606 16,778,806 63
Norway 2011 89 5,619 4,985,011 113
Poland 2011 83 4,871 38,538,447 13
Portugal 2011 71 4,700 10,562,178 44
Romania 2011 1969 107,626 19,043,767 565
Russia 2005-2011 2,047 91,690 143,300,000 64
Serbia 2011 83 2,683 7,241,295 37
Slovakia 2011 24 1,974 5,445,324 36
Slovenia 2011 7 160 2,055,527 8
Spain 2011 150 10,850 47,265,321 23
Sweden 2011 192 16,609 9,555,893 174
Switzerland 2011 12 1,091 8,014,000 14
Ukraine 2011 2,382 125,509 45,560,251 275
United Kingdom 2011 2,590 155,891 63,181,775 247
Uzbekistan 2011 60 2,735 29,559,100 9
TOTAL 12,843 732,805 762,524,058 96

Countries from Middle East are also members of the European Baptist Federation:[1]

Country Nr of churches Members
Egypt 18 2,100
Israel 19 800
Jordan 20 1,200
Lebanon 32 1,600
Syria 10 600
Totals for Middle East 99 6,300

Members

See also

References

Crossing the Boundaries - The story of Fifty Years of the European Baptist Federation, by Bernard Green

External links

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