Evangelical Free Church in Sweden

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Evangelical Free Church in Sweden
Evangeliska Frikyrkan
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ClassificationProtestant
OrientationBaptist
TheologyBaptist, Evangelical, Charismatic Christianity
RegionSweden
HeadquartersÖrebro
Origin1 January 1997
Congregations304
Members34,400
Official websiteefk.se

The Evangelical Free Church in Sweden (Swedish: Evangeliska frikyrkan is a Baptist Christian denomination in Sweden. The headquarters is in Örebro.

History[edit]

Evangeliska Frikyrkan was founded in 1997 as a merge of the Örebro Mission (Örebromissionen, founded in 1892 as Örebro Missionary Society), the Free Baptist Union (Fribaptistsamfundet, founded in 1872) and the Sanctification Union (Helgelseförbundet, founded in 1887). [1]

In 2011, it has 32,223 members. [2]

In 2015, it has 304 churches and 34,400 members. [3]


References[edit]

  1. ^ Thomas Manfredh, Dubbeljubileum i Aneby, dagen.se, Sweden, November 13, 2016
  2. ^ SAMUEL BJÖRK, Medlemsantalet i EFK ökade, varldenidag.se, Sweden, March 3, 2012
  3. ^ Samuel Teglund, EFK slog doprekord, varldenidag.se, Sweden, March 23, 2016

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