Statistics from the 2010 Yearbook (National Council of Churches), not including groups which did not update membership statistics:
The Catholic Church, 68,115,001 members, up 1.49 percent.
Southern Baptist Convention,16,228,438 members, down 0.24 percent.
The United Methodist Church, 7,853,987 members, down 0.98 percent.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 5,974,041 members, up 1.71 percent.
Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, 4,633,887 members, down 1.62 percent.
Assemblies of God, 2,899,702 members, up 1.27 percent.
Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), 2,844,952 members, down 3.28 percent.
The Lutheran Church– Missouri Synod (LCMS), 2,337,349 members, down 1.92 percent.
The Episcopal Church, 2,057,292 members, down 2.81 percent.
American Baptist Churches in the U.S.A., 1,331,127 members, down 2.00 percent.
Jehovah’s Witnesses, 1,114,009 members, up 2.00 percent.
United Church of Christ, 1,111,691 members, down 2.93 percent.
Church of God (Cleveland, Tennessee), 1,072,169 members, up 1.76 percent.
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