Monterey, CA Religion


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Monterey, CA is home to a variety of religious congregations representing different faiths. Churches in the area include Catholic churches such as San Carlos Cathedral, The Old Mission Carmel, Our Lady of Refuge and St. Angela Merici. There are also several evangelical congregations such as Vista Del Mar Church, Monterey Peninsula Baptist Church and Cienega Bible Church that cater to the local community. Additionally, there are many other denominational churches throughout Monterey such as United Methodist Church of Seaside, Praise Chapel of Salinas and Living Water Fellowship of Monterey. Each church offers spiritual guidance and support for individuals from all walks of life who seek solace in their faith.

50.3% of the people in Monterey are religious:
- 1.3% are Baptist
- 0.8% are Episcopalian
- 37.0% are Catholic
- 0.5% are Lutheran
- 0.4% are Methodist
- 0.9% are Pentecostal
- 1.2% are Presbyterian
- 1.5% are Church of Jesus Christ
- 3.8% are another Christian faith
- 0.3% are Judaism
- 1.7% are an eastern faith
- 0.6% affilitates with Islam

According to some estimates, there are roughly 4,200 religions in the world.
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The Monterey city area is an excellent place to live and one of the few California locales where it's relatively safe to raise a family. If I could no longer live here I  More

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I grew up on the Monterey Peninsula and had to leave to climb out of poverty. The median income is $35,000 and outside of the military, the jobs are mostly service  More

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My husband and I are just crazy about Monterey. I wonder if we take housing expenses (mortgage or rent) out of the picture, is Monterey still a very expensive city to  More

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