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Nagaland Baptist Church Council

 

Nagaland Baptist Church Council

Nagaland Baptist Church Council (NBCC) is the association of Baptist churches in the North Eastern Indian state of Nagaland. As of 2011, it has about 519,964 baptized members from 1553 member churches. 20 associations/conventions and four associate members are affiliated to the council.[1] Baptists form more than 80% of Nagaland's population and is the most Baptist dominant state in the world.[2]

Ao Baptist Arogo Mungdang ( Ao Baptist Churches Convention) and the Angami Baptist Church Council are the largest conventions affiliated to NBCC. The Sumi Naga tribe has three associations affiliated to the NBCC - Sumi Baptist Akukuhou Kuqhakulu (Nito Mount), Sumi Aphuyemi Baptist Akukuhou Kuqhakulu eno the Western Sumi Baptist Akukuhou Kuqhakulu. The Kuki Baptist Association Nagaland (KBAN) also has its affiliation to the NBCC with more than 50 member churches.

See also

References

  1. ^ NBCC Statistics
  2. ^ Olson, C. Gordon. What in the World Is God Doing. Global Gospel Publishers: Cedar Knolls, NJ. 2003.

External links

  • http://www.bwanet.org/Contact%20Us/MemberBodies.htm


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