Section I. Religious Demography
The U.S. government estimates the total population at 79,000 (midyear 2021). The U.S. government reports that the population is more than 98 percent Christian. Major religious groups include the United Church of Christ (formerly Congregational), with 47 percent of the population; the Assemblies of God, 16.2 percent; the Roman Catholic Church, 8.5 percent; the Church of Jesus Christ, 7 percent; and Bukot nan Jesus (a religious group that split from the Assemblies of God), 5.4 percent. Groups that together constitute less than 16 percent of the population include Full Gospel, Baptists, Seventh-day Adventists, Jehovah’s Witnesses, Iglesia ni Cristo (Church of Christ), nondenominational Christians, Jews, Ahmadi Muslims, Hindus, Baha’is, and atheists. Almost all those native to the country are Christian, according to government . Many foreign-born residents and workers are also Christian, and the majority of non-Christians are foreign born.