Swedish Alliance Mission

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Swedish Alliance Mission
Alliance Church in Jönköping
Classification Protestant
Orientation Protestantism
Geographical areas international
Origin 1919
Merge of Jönköping Mission Society, Jönköpingskretsens kristliga ungdomsförbund, Skandinaviska Alliansmissionen i Sverige
Members 13 448 (2009)

The Swedish Alliance Mission (SAM, Swedish: Svenska alliansmissionen) is a Christian denomination in Sweden. It is mainly based in the town of Jönköping. In 2009 the denomination had 13,448 members.[1] within 167 congregations both inside and outside Sweden.[2]

The denomination was created in 1919 from a merger of Jönköping Mission Society, Jönköpingskretsens kristliga ungdomsförbund and Skandinaviska Alliansmissionen i Sverige.

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  1. Stefan Lundell (18 June 2010). "Bara ett under kan rädda frikyrkan". Dagens industri. http://di.se/Artiklar/2010/6/18/209364/WEEKEND-Bara-ett-under-kan-radda-frikyrkan/.
  2. Om oss, Swedish Alliance Mission, accessdate 10 January 2013

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