Tuvalu - Religions



In 1865, a member of the London Missionary Society reached Tuvalu from Samoa, and Samoan pastors were sent to the islands. The Tuvaluans rapidly embraced the Christian faith, and today about 91% of them are Protestant members of the Church of Tuvalu, a congregationalist group. Seventh-Day Adventists account for 3% of the population; Baha'is for 3%; Jehovah's Witnesses for 2%; and Catholics for 1%. There are also small numbers of Muslims, Baptists, Mormons, and atheists.

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