Christianity in Jordan

Christian Population (2015): 226,620
Percent Christian 1900: 5.84%
Percent Christian 2015: 2.47%

Major Churches: Greek Orthodox Patriarchate of Jerusalem, Melkite Catholic Church, Latin Patriarchate of Jerusalem. 
Smaller Churches: Armenian Apostolic Church, Syriac Orthodox Church, Coptic Orthodox Church, Armenian Catholic Church, Anglican Church, Evangelical Lutheran Church, Christian and Missionary Alliance, Assemblies of God, Church of the Nazarene, Seventh-Day Adventists, Baptist churches. 
Outlook: Jordan is one of the few countries in the region where Christianity appears stable. In fact, since the start of the Syrian civil war, many Syrian Christians have taken refuge in Jordan leading to a significant increase in the number of Christians in the last decade. 
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State Department 2018 International Religious Freedom Report 

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