There are about 41,000 different Christian denominations in five major 'families' of churches/communion. The percentages in brackets indicate the percent of the Christian population affiliated with each 'family' or group of denominations:
These later two categories include a number of "non-denominational" or independent congregations. All five, however, have a various number of 'sects' within them.
The first wave of "non-denominational" churches are in fact the third wave of the pentecostal movement. Other independent congregations tend to be evangelical, and while may not belong to a denomination per se, often do belong to various parachurch organizations or adhere to a common set of standards and beliefs with other similar evangelical churches.
Some megachurches, by engaging in 'church planting' set themselves up as a de facto denomination while maintaining the "non-denominational" title.
Counting denominiations is difficult for these reasons, and also because of the web of relationships between churches. For example, the Catholic Church is made up of 23 self-governing (sui iuris) churches worldwide; the Anglican Communion is made up of 38 self-governing provinces. Some surveys count each of these separately (so Church of England is one, The Episcopal Church is another) and some count them together (Anglicans).
Here is a list of random church names:
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The World Christian Encyclopedia estimated almost 21,000 denominations, and the updated World Christian Encyclopedia estimated at least 33,000.
There are numerous Christian denominations in Vancouver, as well as many non-Christian religions too,
There is not "a" Christian denomination. There are probably thousands of different denominations; each of them is like a branch of Christianity.
For the most part, there are 5 branches or denominations: Catholic, Orthodox, Protestant, Evangelical, and Mormon/other. Within each branch are usually found numerous sects
There are many different religions who believe that they are "Christian." For example, I met a Catholic who said that she was a "Christian." In some ways, they are right. If you follow Christ, then you are, in essence, a "Christian." There are many denominations. Some have a pastor, some do not.
There are many different denominations in the Christian religion. Most types of Christian churches are Protestant. Western Christian churches which separated from the Roman Catholic church and followed the reform movement are known as Protestant. Examples are Presbyterian, Baptist, and Methodist.
Pentecostal Christians are very spirit-oriented although many Christian denominations call on the Holy Spirit and believe that it dwells in each believer. Pentecostalism is not a denomination though. Rather it is a movement with in many denominations.
Most Protestant denominations, and most non Christian religions.
There are numerous Christian denominations. The oldest 2 are Catholicism & Orthodoxy.
There are not many differences between a Presbyterian and A Christian. In fact being a Presbyterian is pretty much just an extension of the Christian religion.
Far too many with each of them claiming the 'truth' lies with them only. Last survey found over 30,000 Christian 'denominations/organizations' throughout the world.
8% of evangelical denominations practice feet washing as an ordinance. Such as brethren churches, Churches of God General Conference churches and others.
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Only God knows. Seriously. There is no requirement for denominations to register with any governing body, so there are a great many small denominations, some of which do not have a physical church, and therefore would be exceedingly difficult to count. The below link is a possible reference.
Around half of Christians are Carholic, a third Protestant, and 17% of other denominations.
The bible following born-again Christians which includes many denominations; the practicing Catholics who are not usually born-again; and third, people who claim to be Christian but don't behave like they are Christian.