Portland, OR Religion


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Portland, OR is home to a diverse range of religious congregations which reflect the city's vibrant and multicultural population. These churches offer a wide variety of worship services, including traditional Protestant denominations as well as non-denominational Christian congregations, Catholic parishes, Orthodox churches, Jewish synagogues, Islamic mosques, Buddhist temples, and Hindu sanctuaries. Each congregation strives to provide meaningful spiritual support and instruction to its members while welcoming all who seek to explore different aspects of faith in their lives. No matter what one's beliefs may be, Portland has an array of religious communities ready to welcome them with open arms.

29.6% of the people in Portland are religious:
- 0.9% are Baptist
- 0.7% are Episcopalian
- 7.9% are Catholic
- 2.0% are Lutheran
- 1.1% are Methodist
- 2.5% are Pentecostal
- 1.0% are Presbyterian
- 3.8% are Church of Jesus Christ
- 9.2% are another Christian faith
- 0.1% are Judaism
- 0.1% are an eastern faith
- 0.0% affilitates with Islam

According to some estimates, there are roughly 4,200 religions in the world.
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I lived in Portland for 19 years (I've also lived in Boise, ID, the Bay Area, Austin, TX and now Nampa, ID). It drives me nuts when people try to give a large city a  More

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One of the best cities in America. Food scene is the best in the world. Weather is preferable over places where you have the same weather year round. I enjoy the  More

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I moved from Houston to Portland about a year ago. I remember reading the reviews on here and it making me second guess moving before I did, so I wanted to come back and  More

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