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Membership trends The Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) has experienced a significant loss of membership since the middle of the 20th century. Membership peaked in 1958 at just under 2 million.<ref name="Arda Profile CC(Doc)">Christian Church (Disciples of Christ): Denominational Profile, Association of Religion Data Archives website (accessed November 27, 2013)</ref> In 1993, membership dropped below 1 million. In 2009, the denomination reported 658,869 members in 3,691 congregations.<ref name="Arda Profile CC(Doc)"/> As of 2010, the five states with the highest adherence rates were Kansas, Missouri, Iowa, Kentucky and Oklahoma.<ref name="Arda Profile CC(Doc) - Distribution">Christian Church (Disciples of Christ): Distribution, Association of Religion Data Archives website (accessed November 27, 2013)</ref> The states with the largest absolute number of adherents were Missouri, Texas, Indiana, Kentucky and Ohio.<ref name="Arda Profile CC(Doc) - Adherents by State">Christian Church (Disciples of Christ): Map by Number of Adherents, Association of Religion Data Archives website (accessed November 27, 2013)</ref>


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