List of Baptist denominations in India

This list of Baptist denominations in India is a list of subdivisions of Baptists, with their various Baptist associations, conferences, conventions, fellowships, groups, and unions in India.

List of denominations


State level denominations as per Baptist World Alliance (BWA) membership sources for baptized members only (not including communicants/minor members).[1]

Denomination Churches Baptized Members
Samavesam of Telugu Baptist Churches (STBC) 1,214 844,150
Nagaland Baptist Church Council (NBCC) 1,553 519,000
Orissa Baptist Evangelistic Crusade (OBEC) 3,865 405,000
Garo Baptist Convention (GBC) 2,184 251,396
Manipur Baptist Convention (MBC) 1,272 182,572
Convention of Baptist Churches of the Northern Circars (CBCNC) 255 165,400
Baptist Church of Mizoram (BCM) 537 103,397
Arunachal Baptist Church Council (ABCC) 977 82,897
North Bank Baptist Christian Association (NBBCA) 997 70,457
Tripura Baptist Christian Union (TBCU) 841 60,000
Karnataka Baptist Convention (KBC) 652 52,780
Lower Assam Baptist Union (LABU) 300 41,000
Baptist Union of North India (BUNI) 40 40,000
Evangelical Baptist Convention of India (EBCI) 157 33,000
Assam Baptist Convention (ABC) 555 31,598
Karbi-Anglong Baptist Convention (KABC) 311 28,697
Bengal Orissa Bihar Baptist Churches Association (BOBBCA) 105 21,000
Bengal Baptist Union (BBU) 173 16,280
Lairam Jesus Christ Baptist Church (LIKBK) (LIKBK) 89 15,877
Maharashtra Baptist Society (MBS) 203 10,575
India Association of General Baptists (IAGB) 121 10,300
India Baptist Convention (IBC) 80 5,900
Total 16,481 2,991,276

See also


  1. ^ "[ Statistics]". Baptist World Alliance. Retrieved 2013-11-30.
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