Protestantism in Morocco
Protestants in Morocco form a very small percentage of the total population. The largest Protestant denomination in the country is the Evangelical Church of Morocco (Eglise Evangélique au Maroc), which has links to the Reformed Church of France.
On 27 March 2010, the Moroccan magazine TelQuel stated that thousands of Moroccans had converted to Christianity. Pointing out the absence of official data, Service de presse Common Ground, cites unspecified sources that stated that about 5,000 Moroccans became Christians between 2005 and 2010. According to different estimates, there are about 25,000-45,000 Moroccan Berber or Arabized Berber descent mostly converted from Islam.
- Independent International (CIPC / TTC / MMC / RIC)
- Assemblées de Dieu
- Eglise Evangélique au Maroc
- Eglise Emmanuele
- Fréres Larges
- Mission du Monde Arabe
- Seventh-day Adventist Church
- Union Evangélique Missionaire
Patricia St. John was a Protestant missionary nurse in Morocco in the post-World War II years.
- http://www.oikoumene.org/en/member-churches/africa/morocco World Council of Churches - Morocco
- Morocco: General situation of Muslims who converted to Christianity, and specifically those who converted to Catholicism; their treatment by Islamists and the authorities, including state protection (2008-2011)
- Muslims Turn to Christ – ChristianAction
- World Christian Encyclopedia, 2001 edition, Volume 1, page 512
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