Uniting Church in Sweden

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Uniting Church in Sweden
ClassificationProtestant
OrientationProtestantism
TheologyUnited and uniting
AssociationsWorld Communion of Reformed Churches, Baptist World Alliance[1]
Region Sweden
HeadquartersBromma,  Sweden
Origin4 June 2011
Merger ofBaptist Union of Sweden, Mission Covenant Church of Sweden, United Methodist Church in Sweden
Membersabout 85 000 (2012)

The Uniting Church in Sweden (Swedish: Equmeniakyrkan) is a Christian Protestant denomination in Sweden. It was established on 4 June 2011 out of the Baptist Union of Sweden, the United Methodist Church and the Mission Covenant Church of Sweden as the Joint Future Church (Swedish: Gemensam framtid). The name was changed during a conference in Karlstad on 11 May 2013.

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