NPUC Membership Tops 100,000

Membership in the North Pacific Union Conference (NPUC) has topped 100,000 for the first time, according to official reports issued June 30. The union had 5,600 members when it was originally formed in 1906.

Divided among the six local conferences within the NPUC, the 100,210 members are located as follows:

  • Alaska ... 3,867
  • Idaho ... 6,700
  • Montana ... 4,035
  • Oregon ... 36,129
  • Upper Columbia ... 26,573
  • Washington ... 22,906

It is interesting also to note where Adventist members are located across the North American Division, as depicted in the figures below (rounded to nearest 1,000).

  • Atlantic Union ... 116,000
  • Canadian Union ... 68,000
  • Columbia Union ... 144,000 (yes, really)
  • Lake Union ... 87,000
  • Mid-America Union ... 68,000
  • North Pacific Union ... 100,000
  • Pacific Union ... 225,000
  • Southern Union ... 281,000
  • Southwestern Union ... 112,000
  • Guam-Micronesia ... 5,000¬†

Additional information regarding the North Pacific Union Conference will be presented in the September issue of the Gleaner as part of the quinquennial constituency report. The constituency session is scheduled for September 25, 2016.

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