How Many Churches Have Joined the Global Methodist Church?

The UMC is the largest Protestant denomination in the United States, with over 7 million members. In 2007, it had an average weekly attendance of 8 million people. There are almost 11 million members around the world who attend UMC churches each week, making it one of the largest Christian denominations in existence today.

From 2003 to 2007, UMC saw a 6.5 percent growth each year, with total membership rising from 8.3 million to 10.6 million. The church has experienced more than 20 percent annual growth since 2000, and its membership increased from 17 million to over 21 million during that period.

The Global Methodist Church has doubled in size over the past four years.

The Global Methodist Church has doubled in size over the past four years. It’s nearly doubled in size since 2003 and has almost doubled again since 2007.

Regarding its growth rate, this church is a lot like an aggressive virus: it spreads quickly and infects anyone who comes into contact with it. It’s also more resilient than most viruses—it can survive outside human hosts for long periods until conditions are right for it to spread again.

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From 2003 to 2007, UMC saw a 6.5 percent growth each year, with total membership rising from 8.3 million to 10.6 million.

From 2003 to 2007, UMC saw a 6.5 percent growth each year, with total membership rising from 8.3 million to 10.6 million. The growth rate then began to slow in 2008-2009 and dipped slightly in 2010-2011 before climbing again through 2014 at an average rate of 3 percent per year. In 2015 and 2016, this figure dropped to 2 percent each year before rebounding in 2017 and 2018 with 4 percent annual gains on average.

In addition to growth by birthrate and immigration from other countries, UMC has also experienced significant growth through its affiliation with the Global Methodist Church (GMC). While not all GMC churches are legally recognized affiliates of UMC or even officially associated with it (some may be affiliated only informally), the most recent estimates place the number of affiliated GMC congregations at around 1,000 worldwide; these churches represent an additional 400 thousand members who have joined their ranks since they first affiliated themselves with UMC in the late 2020s (2024) after receiving permission from both their national governments as well as those where they operate internationally: Kenya (East Africa), Cameroon (West Africa), Mexico/Canada border region near Fort Erie Ontario Canada just north of Buffalo NY USA., Argentina Buenos Aires Province Cordoba Province Santa Fe Province San Juan Province La Rioja Province Catamarca Province Santiago del Estero Province Tucuman Province Salta.

The UMC is responsible for more than 300 hospitals and over 200 educational institutions in Africa.

The United Methodist Church is the largest Protestant denomination in the world and the second-largest Christian denomination. With over 12 million members, it has a presence in over 60 countries on six continents.

The UMC was founded in 1968 when three separate denominations — The Methodist Church, The Evangelical United Brethren Church, and the Cumberland Presbyterian Church — merged to form what would become known as The United Methodist Church (UMC).

The UMC has had more than 20 percent annual growth since 2000.

The UMC has had more than 20 percent annual growth since 2000. It’s the largest Protestant denomination in the world and the second-largest Christian denomination overall (after Catholicism).

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UMC is one of the most diverse Christian denominations, with more than 5,000 local congregations in the United States and membership from nearly 80 countries worldwide.

According to UMC statistics, the average age of Methodists around the world is 35.

According to UMC statistics, the average age of Methodists around the world is 35.

In the United States, which has been a part of the global church for centuries, that number jumps to 44. The youngest members are in Africa (26), Asia (23), and Europe (38).

Since 2005, the UMC has seen an average annual increase of 7 percent in Africa, 5 percent in Europe, and 4 percent in North America.

The UMC has also seen a dramatic increase in membership over the past few years. Since 2005, the UMC has seen an average annual growth of 7 percent in Africa, 5 percent in Europe, and 4 percent in North America. The global methodist church has doubled in size over the past four years to nearly two million members worldwide.

The UMC’s average member is 35 years old, but some older congregations still have been around for hundreds of years (like my home church).

More than 5 million Methodists in Africa attend church each week, and only 300,000 are Christians who were born outside of Africa, according to the UMC statistics.

According to statistics from church officials, the United Methodist Church has almost doubled in size over the past four years. As of 2019, there are more than 12 million members worldwide, including 5 million who attend church each week—a number that includes more than 3 million people in Africa alone.

The UMC is also responsible for more than 300 hospitals and over 200 educational institutions across Africa. The denomination’s growth has been attributed to its ability to reach out through services such as radio broadcasts, which allow it to get a growing population that may not otherwise be able to access healthcare or education due to poverty or distance from cities where these resources are available. While most other Christian denominations have seen declines in numbers over time due to conflicts around the world (such as ISIS), Methodism has grown steadily since its inception.​

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Two-thirds of all new members added to churches in Africa and Asia were added in 2007.

The United Methodist Church (UMC) is the second-largest Protestant denomination in the world and has over 10 million members worldwide. It is also the second-largest protestant denomination in the United States, with over 8.5 million members.

The UMC was formed on May 31, 1968, by merging two other denominations: The Methodist Church and The Evangelical United Brethren Church (EUB), which had more than 2 million members at that time.

Examples of churches that have joined the Global Methodist Church

  • The United Methodist Church of the Resurrection in Leawood, Kansas
  • First United Methodist Church of Wichita, Kansas
  • First United Methodist Church of Derby Line Vermont (a joint congregation with Canada)
  • Grace United Methodist Church in Brookline, Massachusetts
  • St James’ Evangelical Lutheran Church in Topeka, Kansas (a joint assembly with Germany)
  • Second Congregational UMC in St Joseph Missouri

St John’s Episcopal Church in Seattle, Washington St John’s United Methodist Church in San Francisco, California St Mary’s Episcopal Church in Austin, Texas

St Paul’s United Church of Christ in Westfield, Massachusetts; St Stephen’s Episcopal Church in Atlanta, Georgia St John’s Evangelical Lutheran Church in Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Over the past four years, the global methodist church has almost doubled.

It has been estimated that the global methodist church has doubled in size over the past four years. There were 2.6 million members of the organization in 2013. By 2017, the number of members had grown to 4.4 million, a 77% growth rate over the previous year.

Conclusion

We’ve seen a lot of changes in church membership over the past few years, but it is clear that the Global Methodist Church has been growing steadily. We hope this trend continues as more churches join our movement and help us spread love through our communities and worldwide!

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