- Protestantism in Haiti
Protestants in Haiti are a minority of about 16% of the population. They number about a million overall. Protestant churches of numerical strength are
Assemblées de Dieu, the Convention Baptiste d'Haïti, the Seventh-day Adventists, the Church of God (Cleveland), the Church of the Nazareneand the Mission Evangelique Baptiste du Sud-Haiti.
*World Christian Encyclopedia, 2001 edition, Volume 1, page 342
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