Christianity in Assam
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Christianity is a minority religion in Assam, a state of Northeast India. Khasi and Garo are notable ethnic groups with a large Christian population. The Evangelical Lutheran Church in the Himalayan States has an Assam diocese since 2003, which used to be the Assam Church.  Among the large Bengali population of Assam, there are few Christians.  Numerous Assam BJP members quit the party due to anti-Christian stance.  Hemanta Das, a convert from Hinduism, was killed in 2007.  Christianity has been present in Assam for more than 100 years.  There were Anti-Christian bomb blasts in Guwahati in 2008. 
List of denominations
- Association of Regular Independent Churches of India
- Cachar Hill Tribes Presbyterian Synod
- Christian Fellowship Centre
- Church of Christ (Instrumental)
- Church of God (Anderson)
- Kuki Christian Church
- Lakher Independent Evangelical Church
- North Bank Christian Association
- Rabha Baptist Church Union
- United Pentecostal Church in India
- Cachar Christian Association
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