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The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
Classification Latter Day Saint movement
Theology Nontrinitarian, Mormonism
Governance Hierarchical
Leader Thomas S. Monson
Region 176 nations/territories
Founder Joseph Smith, Jr.[i]
Origin April 6, 1830
Western New York, U.S.
Separations LDS denominations
Congregations 29,014[iii]
Members 14,782,473[iii]
Missionaries 80,000[1]
Aid organization LDS Humanitarian Services
Tertiary institutions 4[ii]
Other name(s) LDS Church, Mormon Church
Official website www.lds.org
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
Classification Latter Day Saint movement
Theology Nontrinitarian, Mormonism
Governance Hierarchical
Leader Thomas S. Monson
Geographical areas 176 nations/territories
Founder Joseph Smith, Jr.[i]
Origin April 6, 1830
Western New York, U.S.
Separations LDS denominations
Congregations 29,014[iii]
Members 14,782,473[iii]
Missionaries 80,000[1]
Temples 140[iii]
Aid organization LDS Humanitarian Services
Tertiary institutions 4[ii]
Other name(s) LDS Church, Mormon Church
Official website www.lds.org
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Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.)
Classification Protestant
Orientation Mainline Reformed
Polity Presbyterian
Moderator Rev. Neal D. Presa
Associations National Council of Churches; World Communion of Reformed Churches; World Council of Churches
Region United States
Headquarters Louisville, Kentucky
Origin June 10, 1983
Merger of The Presbyterian Church in the United States and the United Presbyterian Church in the United States of America
Separations Evangelical Covenant Order of Presbyterians
Congregations 10,262[5]
Members 1,849,496 communicants, roughly 3,000 000 adherents[6]
Ministers 20,849
Official website www.pcusa.org
Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.)
Classification Protestant
Orientation Mainline Reformed
Polity Presbyterian
Moderator Rev. Neal D. Presa
Associations National Council of Churches; World Communion of Reformed Churches; World Council of Churches
Geographical areas United States
Headquarters Louisville, Kentucky
Origin June 10, 1983
Merge of The Presbyterian Church in the United States and the United Presbyterian Church in the United States of America
Separations Evangelical Covenant Order of Presbyterians
Congregations 10,262[5]
Members 1,849,496 communicants, roughly 3,000 000 adherents[6]
Ministers 20,849
Official website www.pcusa.org
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Church of Sweden
Classification Lutheran
Orientation High Church/Evangelical Catholic Lutheran
Polity Episcopal
Associations Lutheran World Federation,
World Council of Churches,
Conference of European Churches,
Porvoo Communion
Region Sweden
Founder Gustav I of Sweden
Origin 1527/1593
Separated from Roman Catholic Church
Separations Evangelical Lutheran Church of Finland
Congregations 1,467
Members 6,446,729 baptized members (67.5 %) (in 2012)[7]
Official website http://www.svenskakyrkan.se/
Church of Sweden
Classification Lutheran
Orientation High Church/Evangelical Catholic Lutheran
Polity Episcopal
Associations Lutheran World Federation,
World Council of Churches,
Conference of European Churches,
Porvoo Communion
Geographical areas Sweden
Founder Gustav I of Sweden
Origin 1527/1593
Separated from Roman Catholic Church
Separations Evangelical Lutheran Church of Finland
Congregations 1,467
Members 6,446,729 baptized members (67.5 %) (in 2012)[7]
Official website http://www.svenskakyrkan.se/
  1. ^ "President Thomas S. Monson: 'Welcome to conference'", Deseret News, 6 October 2013  |contribution-url= ignored (help)
  2. ^ http://mateenelass.wordpress.com/2013/05/31/a-long-oblivion-in-the-same-direction/
  3. ^ http://www.independentmail.com/news/2013/apr/04/presbyterian-church-schism-over-gay-ordination-spl/
  4. ^ "Svenska kyrkans medlemsutveckling år 2012" (PDF) (in Swedish). Svenska kyrkan.