Largest denominations in the worldCatholicism - 1.2 billion
the different types of churches are the catholic (christian) church, the Muslim mosque, the Jewish synagog, and the buddist temple.
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.
The types of churches there are, are catholic, Muslim, christian, Anglican and Methodist.Roman Catholic AnswerThere are basically four "types" of Christian churches. There is the Catholic church which was started by Jesus Christ and the Holy Spirit at Pentecost. Then there are the Orthodox churches which split away from the Catholic church in the 11th century, then there are the various Protestant churches which started splitting away from the Catholic Church in the sixteen century and their thousands of descendants (I think the number is over 10,000 different denominations). Finally there are the unclassified churches, most of which were started in the last several centuries by people in the United States: Mormons, Jehovah Witnesses, etc. This are not technically Protestant, and they aren't even technically Christian from an historic point of view.
Unregistered Christian churches and New Age sects.
There are churches in various countries that are not described as Christian. For example, India is 80% Hindu, but has a small Christian minority, and hundreds, if not thousands, of churches.
The christian religions is not like the Catholic who has a Pope as it's leader. There are too many different types of Christians to have one person as a head. Each type of the different types of churches has their own type of governance and leaders.
there are believed to be 19 christian churches in Stevenage
Christian Churches Together was created in 2006.
International Christian Churches was created in 2006.
Australian Christian Churches was created in 1937.
Certainly - many Pentecostal churches are fine Christian churches. Some of their practices and beliefs might be different from my Presbyterian church, but I wouldn't have a problem attending one.
Christian non denominational churches are fine for any Christian, but only go to a church that is Bible based.
Different Christian denominations have different beliefs in the nature of Jesus. As there are a number of these different Christian churches active in Australia, there is no consensus among Aussie worshipers.
Churches of Christ in Christian Union was created in 1909.
American Evangelical Christian Churches was created in 1944.
Basically, all of the Christian churches worship God in some form.
New Testament Christian Churches of America was created in 1969.
National Association of Congregational Christian Churches was created in 1955.
Approximately 3800 Christian churches are in the US. This answer probably left off 2 zeros at the end. Most estimates of Christian churches in the US range from 300,000 to 400,000.
no, they do not. only the Islamic religion does. the Christian religions had churches, similar to shrines, but with a different name.
I think there are 8 christian churches in Georgia
Some Mormon churches have polygamous worshippers.
Different Christian churches celebrate it differently. Most non-Catholic churches have an "open communion" where anyone can participate. Catholic churches require that you be a member in good standing.
Many Christians don't fully understand that Places of Worship have different names: 1. Churches are churches 2. Synagogues are synagogues 3. Mosques are mosques
Christian. There are 4,000 different Chrsitan religions world wide and tons more churches for each.