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Protestantism in Jamaica

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Protestantism in Jamaica

Protestants in Jamaica make up just over 60% of the population. The five largest denominations in Jamaica are: Church of God, Seventh-day Adventist,[1] Baptist, Pentecostal and Anglican.[2] The full list is:[2]

Hampden Church (Church of Scotland)
Denomination Size
Church of God 21.2%
Seventh-day Adventist 9.0%
Baptist 8.8%
Pentecostal 7.6%
Anglican 5.5%
Methodist 2.7%
United Church 2.7%
Jehovah's Witness 1.6%
Plymouth Brethren 1.2%
Moravian 1.1%
Total 61.3%

There are also several church operated educational systems including a Seventh-day Adventist one which incorporates Northern Caribbean University.

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