Religious Organizations in Ukraine as of 1 January, 2004

Statistics supplied by the National Committee on Religious Matters of Ukraine

                Institutions

Name of Church
or Religious Denomination

Communities
(*see note 1)
Pastoral Ministers
Periodics
Monasteries

Missions
Educational Institutions (*see note 2)
Sunday Schools
Ukrainian Orthodox Church
(of the Moscow Patriarchate)
10310 / 74 8620
of which 13 are foreign citizens
95
151
4095 Monks and Nuns

5 Missions
15
1698 / 2584 Students
3746
Ukrainian Orthodox Church
of the Kievan Patriarchate
3352 / 43 2588
25
34
185 Monks and Nuns

23 Missions
16
916 / 565 Students
1086
Ukrainian Autocephalous
Orthodox Church
1154 / 2 685 7

5
12 Monks and Nuns

7 Missions

7
181 / 77 Students
325
Ukrainian Greek Catholic
Church
3328 / 12 2051
of which 47 are foreign citizens
27
92
1134 Monks and Nuns

9 Missions
13
1385 / 196 Students
1132
Roman Catholic Church 854 / 9 474
of which 268 are foreign citizens
13
80
635 Monks and Nuns

37 Missions
7
338 / 444 Students
518
Armenian Apostolic Church
20 14
of which 9 are foreign citizens


    3
Old Believers
61 / 9 35
of which 5 are foreign citizens


2
4 Monks
  10
Baptist Union
2311 / 56 2818
of which 16 are foreign citizens
18
80 Missions 40
2169 / 4718 Students
1339
Other Baptists
382 / 52 509
of which 22 are foreign citizens
3
15 Missions 8
347 / 232 Students
183
Pentecostal Union
1349 / 75 2152
of which 12 are foreign citizens
21
50 Missions 15
723 / 175 Students
956
Other Pentecostals
504 / 143 690
of which 10 are foreign citizens
26
21 Missions 7
144 / 205 Students
287
Full Gospel Church (Charismatics)
437 / 1 494
of which 7 are foreign citizens
13
6 Missions 3
500 / 25 Students
174
Other Charismatics
444 / 37 590
of which 6 are foreign citizens
20
8 Missions 6
415 / 50 Students
248
7th Day Adventists
941 / 50 1166
of which 6 are foreign citizens
8
2 Missions 3
55 / 427 Students
669
Sub-Carpathian Reformed Church
107 / 2 68
of which 8 are foreign citizens
1     105
Lutherans
84 / 2 80
of which 9 are foreign citizens
3
 

2
17 Students

43
Other Protestant Communities and Centers
189 / 9 275
of which 36 are foreign citizens
4
1 Mission 2
38 / 162 Students
92
Mormons
32 / 24 309
of which 110 are foreign citizens


    46
Jehovah’s Witnesses
579 / 339 1936
of which 34 are foreign citizens


    233
Jewish Communities
239 / 1 136
of which 60 are foreign citizens
21
1 Mission 5
81 / 30 Students
77
Moslems
445 / 22 433
of which 20 are foreign citizens
5
  7
276 Students
90
Society of Krishna Consciousness
30 / 8 43
of which 1 is foreign citizen
2
  2
150 / 50 Students
7
Buddhists
42 / 3 35 1

1
5 Monks

  2
Other Eastern Religions
22 / 16 37
    3
Pagan Communities
75 / 2 70 4 1 Mission 2
25 / 9
Students
13
Other Faiths
288 / 56 342
of which 29 are foreign citizens
6
12 Missions 3
- / 43
Students
66
Total in Ukraine
27 579 / 1047 26 650
of which 728 are foreign citizens
323

365
6 070 Monks and Nuns

283 Missions
163
9 458 / 9 992
Students
11 453

Note 1: The first figure denotes communities whose statutes are fully registered according to legal requirements; the second figure denotes communities which operate without registration, which is allowed according to Ukrainian legislation.

Note 2: The first figure denotes the number of educational establishments; the second figure the number of full-time students; the third figure the number of part-time (correspondence) students.

Journal Liudyna i Svit, Kyiv, January 2004, p. 31-34.