Oregon Religion


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Oregon is home to a diverse range of religious congregations, from small local churches to larger denominations located in cities throughout the state. Though much of the population attends churches that are part of larger denominations such as Roman Catholic, Lutheran, or Baptist churches, many citizens still attend smaller independent congregations that offer more personalized services. Other religions such as Buddhism, Islam, and Judaism have also found a foothold in Oregon and offer places of worship for members of these faith communities. No matter what religion or denomination one chooses to be a part of, there’s likely to be an option available in Oregon State for those seeking spiritual guidance and community.

31.8% of the people in Oregon are religious:
- 1.2% are Baptist
- 0.5% are Episcopalian
- 10.8% are Catholic
- 1.5% are Lutheran
- 1.0% are Methodist
- 2.7% are Pentecostal
- 1.0% are Presbyterian
- 4.0% are Church of Jesus Christ
- 7.9% are another Christian faith
- 0.2% are Judaism
- 0.6% are an eastern faith
- 0.1% affilitates with Islam

According to some estimates, there are roughly 4,200 religions in the world.
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