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Worship by the numbers
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Sunday, March 25, 2012    |   
Donna Camarata, center, and Geoffrey Whitehead, front right, raise their hands in worship to the song, How Great it Our God, during a service at Abba's House in this file photo.
Donna Camarata, center, and Geoffrey Whitehead, front right, raise their hands in worship to the song, How Great it Our God, during a service at Abba's House in this file photo.

Here are the largest congregations of 15 religious denominations in the county.

Churches by denomination

• Assemblies of God Calvary, about 200 members (2011).

• Church of Christ Clear Creek, 900 members (2011).

• Church of God City Church, 1,150 members (2011).

• Church of God of Prophecy Hickory Valley Fellowship, 167 members (2011).

• Church of the Nazarene Grace, 287 members (2011).

• Cumberland Presbyterian First, 600 members (2011).

• Episcopal St. Paul's, 1,945 members (2011).

• Presbyterian (Church in America) First, 1,580 members (2011).

• Presbyterian (USA) Rivermont, 568 members (2011).

• Roman Catholic Our Lady of Perpetual Help, 3,204 members (2011).

• Southern Baptist Abba's House, 6,919 members (2011).

• United Methodist Christ, 4,116 members (2011).

Jewish synagogue

• Mizpah Congregation 200 families (2012).