Protestantism in Algeria
Protestants are a religious minority in Algeria. The small Christian community generally practices its faith without government interference. The Protestant Church of Algeria, a Reformed Church, likely has tens of thousands of followers. The Protestant Church of Algeria is one of only two officially recognized Christian organizations in the country. The Minister of Religious Affairs has called the evangelical Church "dangerous".  Converts expose themselves to the risk of attack by radical extremists.
Missionary groups are permitted to conduct humanitarian activities without government interference as long as they are discreet and do not proselytize openly. Algerian Christians are concentrated in Kabylie. Since, 2006 Proslytizing to Muslims can be punished with up to five years of prison. Algeria is a country with a major impact of Islamism.
Algeria is included in the Episcopal Area of North Africa of the Anglican Diocese of Egypt, though there is only one current congregation in the country, Holy Trinity Anglican Church, in Algiers. The church mainly serves sub-Saharan African students from such areas as Zimbabwe, Zambia, Namibia, South Africa, Nigeria, Kenya, Equatorial Guinea, Ghana, Uganda and Burundi.
List of denominations
Denominations in Algeria include
- Anglican Diocese of Egypt
- Armée du Salut
- Assemblées de Dieu
- Eglise Adventiste du Séptieme Jour
- Eglise Evangélique Copte
- Eglise Protestante d'Algérie
- Frères Larges
- Mission Baptiste Evangélique
- Mission Biblique de Ghardaia
- Mission d'Afrique du Nord
- Mission Evangélique au Sahara
- Mission Evangélique de Médéa
- Mission Evangélique du Sahara
- Mission Rolland
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- The World Christian Encyclopedia, Second edition, Volume 1, p. 57