Ranking of U.S. denominations 2010, by website usage

Ranking of major American denominations in 2010, by percentage of parishes / congregations with a website

Ranking of U.S. denominations 2010, by website usage This statistic shows a ranking of major American denominations in 2010, by percentage of parishes or congregations with own website. In 2010, about 70 percent of congregations of the Assemblies of God had a website.
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Ranking of major American denominations in 2010, by percentage of parishes / congregations with a website

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Percentage of congregations
Unitarian Universalist Association97%
Orthodox Christian92%
Episcopal church91%
Reformed Church in America82%
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints81%
Christian Reformed Church80%
Churches of Christ80%
Nondenominational78%
Southern Baptist Convention78%
Roman Catholic Church76%
Mennonite Church USA76%
Evangelical Lutheran Church in America75%
Christian Church (Disciples of Christ)74%
American Baptist Churches USA*71%
Assemblies of God70%
United Church of Christ69%
Seventh-day Adventist Church68%
Lutheran Church - Missouri Synod67%
Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.)64%
Church of the Nazarene63%
Other denominations/traditions61%
United Methodist Church61%
Historically Black Denominations55%
Conservative Judaism48%
Baha’is of the United States46%
Reform Judaism40%
Muslim21%
Percentage of congregations
Unitarian Universalist Association97%
Orthodox Christian92%
Episcopal church91%
Reformed Church in America82%
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints81%
Christian Reformed Church80%
Churches of Christ80%
Nondenominational78%
Southern Baptist Convention78%
Roman Catholic Church76%
Mennonite Church USA76%
Evangelical Lutheran Church in America75%
Christian Church (Disciples of Christ)74%
American Baptist Churches USA*71%
Assemblies of God70%
United Church of Christ69%
Seventh-day Adventist Church68%
Lutheran Church - Missouri Synod67%
Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.)64%
Church of the Nazarene63%
Other denominations/traditions61%
United Methodist Church61%
Historically Black Denominations55%
Conservative Judaism48%
Baha’is of the United States46%
Reform Judaism40%
Muslim21%
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This statistic shows a ranking of major American denominations in 2010, by percentage of parishes or congregations with own website. In 2010, about 70 percent of congregations of the Assemblies of God had a website.
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