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The Cumberland Presbyterian Church began on the Western frontier in the early 19th century. In 1906 the main body of the church reunited with the Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A., now an integral part of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). Those that did not participate in the merger reorganized themselves as the continuing Cumberland Presbyterian Church.

Using data from the 1980-2010 Religious Congregations and Membership Studies, this list ranks U.S. counties on the highest total number of adherents and the highest percent of the population in the Cumberland Presbyterian Church. You can sort the list by clicking on the column headings.

Congregational "Adherents" include all full members, their children, and others who regularly attend services. "Percent" is the percentage of the total population that belongs to that denomination. Note: Adherents are sometimes residents of a county different than the location of their congregation.

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Complete List

Ranking County   [Download CSV]AdherentsPercent
118 Adair County, Kentucky
49
0.32
150 Alameda County, California
--
--
150 Alcorn County, Mississippi
--
--
150 Allen County, Kentucky
--
--
124 Anderson County, Tennessee
171
0.25
138 Andrew County, Missouri
15
0.11
114 Atchison County, Missouri
31
0.36
57 Atoka County, Oklahoma
151
1.18
14 Ballard County, Kentucky
287
3.26
44 Barren County, Kentucky
507
1.49
67 Barton County, Missouri
112
0.99
118 Bartow County, Georgia
130
0.32
150 Bath County, Kentucky
--
--
96 Baxter County, Arkansas
154
0.56
121 Bedford County, Tennessee
79
0.28
150 Benton County, Mississippi
--
--
75 Benton County, Tennessee
132
0.89
124 Bernalillo County, New Mexico
1,033
0.25
145 Bexar County, Texas
352
0.04
130 Bibb County, Alabama
30
0.19
91 Blount County, Alabama
228
0.63
126 Blount County, Tennessee
177
0.23
89 Bond County, Illinois
106
0.65
127 Boone County, Arkansas
58
0.22
2 Borden County, Texas
59
6.87
127 Bradley County, Tennessee
148
0.22
18 Breckinridge County, Kentucky
494
2.93
132 Buchanan County, Missouri
147
0.17
87 Bullitt County, Kentucky
298
0.69
71 Burnet County, Texas
165
0.93
67 Butler County, Kentucky
110
0.99
10 Caldwell County, Kentucky
500
3.71
135 Calhoun County, Alabama
166
0.14
11 Calhoun County, Arkansas
220
3.62
101 Calloway County, Kentucky
152
0.51
124 Camp County, Texas
23
0.25
17 Carroll County, Tennessee
862
3.05
85 Cass County, Illinois
112
0.74
139 Cherokee County, Texas
38
0.1
56 Chester County, Tennessee
152
1.19
35 Choctaw County, Mississippi
173
1.92
135 Choctaw County, Oklahoma
24
0.14
79 Christian County, Kentucky
547
0.82
150 Claiborne County, Mississippi
--
--
52 Clark County, Illinois
215
1.27
125 Clay County, Mississippi
51
0.24
150 Clay County, Missouri
--
--
146 Clinton County, Missouri
5
0.03
102 Coal County, Oklahoma
30
0.5
150 Cobb County, Georgia
--
--
102 Coffee County, Tennessee
192
0.5
71 Colbert County, Alabama
509
0.93
145 Coleman County, Texas
4
0.04
130 Coles County, Illinois
98
0.19
117 Columbia County, Arkansas
89
0.33
99 Conway County, Arkansas
103
0.53
149 Cook County, Illinois
7
0
147 Crawford County, Arkansas
7
0.02
111 Crawford County, Illinois
83
0.4
146 Crawford County, Missouri
6
0.03
4 Crittenden County, Kentucky
484
5.26
106 Crockett County, Tennessee
67
0.45
77 Cullman County, Alabama
527
0.85
120 Cumberland County, Kentucky
21
0.29
88 Custer County, Oklahoma
171
0.66
96 Dade County, Missouri
41
0.56
147 Dallas County, Texas
384
0.02
69 Davidson County, Tennessee
4,645
0.97
133 Daviess County, Indiana
44
0.16
80 Daviess County, Kentucky
697
0.81
145 De Soto Parish, Louisiana
10
0.04
115 De Witt County, Illinois
64
0.35
42 Decatur County, Tennessee
170
1.57
146 DeKalb County, Georgia
167
0.03
82 DeKalb County, Missouri
65
0.79
36 DeKalb County, Tennessee
260
1.91
108 Delta County, Michigan
169
0.43
109 Dent County, Missouri
61
0.42
135 Denton County, Texas
196
0.14
150 Des Moines County, Iowa
--
--
150 DeSoto County, Mississippi
--
--
50 Dickson County, Tennessee
396
1.32
88 Drew County, Arkansas
118
0.66
149 Dunklin County, Missouri
0
0
20 Dyer County, Tennessee
998
2.88
110 Ector County, Texas
477
0.41
150 Edmonson County, Kentucky
--
--
140 Effingham County, Illinois
28
0.09
150 El Paso County, Texas
--
--
123 Ellis County, Texas
157
0.26
150 Elmore County, Alabama
--
--
82 Etowah County, Alabama
818
0.79
150 Fayette County, Illinois
--
--
140 Fayette County, Kentucky
185
0.09
104 Fayette County, Tennessee
122
0.48
140 Franklin County, Alabama
26
0.09
135 Franklin County, Arkansas
20
0.14
127 Franklin County, Illinois
93
0.22
7 Franklin County, Tennessee
1,394
4.36
148 Fresno County, California
35
0.01
88 Fulton County, Arkansas
66
0.66
150 Fulton County, Georgia
--
--
6 Fulton County, Kentucky
418
4.66
99 Gallatin County, Illinois
40
0.53
150 Garland County, Arkansas
--
--
134 Gentry County, Missouri
12
0.15
129 Gibson County, Indiana
65
0.2
12 Gibson County, Tennessee
1,784
3.61
96 Giles County, Tennessee
139
0.56
142 Gordon County, Georgia
22
0.07
114 Grant County, Arkansas
47
0.36
33 Graves County, Kentucky
706
2.07
39 Grayson County, Kentucky
347
1.66
139 Grayson County, Texas
94
0.1
8 Green County, Kentucky
479
4.34
82 Greene County, Alabama
87
0.79
143 Greene County, Missouri
102
0.06
17 Greene County, Tennessee
1,658
3.05
150 Greer County, Oklahoma
--
--
51 Gregg County, Texas
1,293
1.3
142 Grundy County, Missouri
8
0.07
129 Grundy County, Tennessee
27
0.2
148 Gwinnett County, Georgia
15
0.01
134 Hamblen County, Tennessee
76
0.15
89 Hamilton County, Illinois
60
0.65
83 Hamilton County, Tennessee
2,239
0.78
112 Hancock County, Kentucky
30
0.39
67 Hardeman County, Tennessee
237
0.99
128 Hardin County, Kentucky
183
0.21
19 Hardin County, Tennessee
646
2.9
148 Harris County, Texas
318
0.01
78 Harrison County, Texas
434
0.83
34 Hart County, Kentucky
315
2.05
139 Hawkins County, Tennessee
45
0.1
32 Henderson County, Tennessee
445
2.08
144 Henderson County, Texas
22
0.05
66 Henry County, Iowa
189
1
95 Henry County, Missouri
112
0.57
116 Henry County, Tennessee
98
0.34
108 Hickman County, Tennessee
65
0.43
100 Hill County, Texas
129
0.52
131 Hillsborough County, Florida
1,152
0.18
144 Hinds County, Mississippi
118
0.05
73 Hopkins County, Kentucky
419
0.91
144 Hopkins County, Texas
13
0.05
1 Houston County, Tennessee
648
9.43
118 Howell County, Missouri
93
0.32
15 Humphreys County, Tennessee
509
3.19
93 Independence County, Arkansas
177
0.59
13 Izard County, Arkansas
384
3.57
54 Jackson County, Alabama
632
1.23
146 Jackson County, Illinois
18
0.03
143 Jackson County, Missouri
351
0.06
112 Jackson Parish, Louisiana
67
0.39
98 Jasper County, Illinois
61
0.54
121 Jasper County, Missouri
244
0.28
126 Jefferson County, Alabama
1,576
0.23
106 Jefferson County, Arkansas
408
0.45
144 Jefferson County, Kentucky
370
0.05
105 Jefferson County, Tennessee
144
0.46
139 Jefferson Parish, Louisiana
463
0.1
147 Johnson County, Arkansas
3
0.02
45 Johnson County, Illinois
142
1.48
81 Johnson County, Missouri
313
0.8
123 Johnson County, Texas
174
0.26
145 Kaufman County, Texas
16
0.04
119 Knox County, Indiana
129
0.31
95 Knox County, Tennessee
1,819
0.57
42 Laclede County, Missouri
381
1.57
150 Lafayette County, Missouri
--
--
103 Lamar County, Alabama
80
0.49
67 Larue County, Kentucky
118
0.99
127 Latimer County, Oklahoma
22
0.22
43 Lauderdale County, Alabama
1,205
1.5
109 Lauderdale County, Tennessee
104
0.42
150 Lawrence County, Alabama
--
--
140 Lawrence County, Arkansas
17
0.09
70 Lawrence County, Missouri
279
0.96
23 Lawrence County, Tennessee
864
2.53
135 Le Flore County, Oklahoma
56
0.14
86 Leake County, Mississippi
135
0.72
41 Lewis County, Tennessee
153
1.58
150 Limestone County, Alabama
--
--
131 Lincoln County, Arkansas
24
0.18
5 Lincoln County, Tennessee
1,277
4.82
146 Lincoln Parish, Louisiana
12
0.03
68 Little River County, Arkansas
137
0.98
57 Livingston County, Kentucky
109
1.18
29 Logan County, Arkansas
460
2.28
55 Logan County, Illinois
389
1.22
40 Logan County, Kentucky
388
1.61
144 Lonoke County, Arkansas
18
0.05
48 Loudon County, Tennessee
390
1.37
84 Lowndes County, Mississippi
437
0.76
116 Lubbock County, Texas
729
0.34
147 Macomb County, Michigan
112
0.02
96 Madison County, Alabama
1,099
0.56
133 Madison County, Kentucky
88
0.16
74 Madison County, Tennessee
670
0.9
147 Marion County, Indiana
154
0.02
21 Marion County, Tennessee
689
2.82
137 Marion County, Texas
12
0.12
147 Marshall County, Alabama
14
0.02
34 Marshall County, Kentucky
525
2.05
58 Marshall County, Tennessee
220
1.12
117 Massac County, Illinois
50
0.33
25 Maury County, Tennessee
1,229
2.41
115 Mayes County, Oklahoma
112
0.35
22 McCracken County, Kentucky
1,618
2.64
90 McCurtain County, Oklahoma
233
0.64
9 McLean County, Kentucky
392
3.89
26 McNairy County, Tennessee
530
2.35
130 Menard County, Illinois
22
0.19
43 Mercer County, Kentucky
285
1.5
3 Metcalfe County, Kentucky
566
5.97
150 Miami-Dade County, Florida
--
--
150 Middlesex County, Massachusetts
--
--
150 Midland County, Texas
--
--
147 Miller County, Arkansas
9
0.02
46 Mississippi County, Missouri
224
1.42
150 Monmouth County, New Jersey
--
--
122 Monroe County, Tennessee
77
0.27
47 Montgomery County, Tennessee
1,176
1.41
132 Morgan County, Tennessee
29
0.17
107 Morris County, Texas
65
0.44
150 Moultrie County, Illinois
--
--
62 Muhlenberg County, Kentucky
344
1.07
68 Murray County, Georgia
192
0.98
133 Muskegon County, Michigan
246
0.16
144 Muskogee County, Oklahoma
34
0.05
150 Nacogdoches County, Texas
--
--
150 Natchitoches Parish, Louisiana
--
--
144 Navarro County, Texas
17
0.05
96 Nelson County, Kentucky
155
0.56
132 Neshoba County, Mississippi
41
0.17
141 Nevada County, Arkansas
9
0.08
61 Newton County, Mississippi
215
1.08
145 Newton County, Missouri
15
0.04
78 Noxubee County, Mississippi
109
0.83
9 Obion County, Tennessee
1,276
3.89
97 Ohio County, Kentucky
119
0.55
146 Oklahoma County, Oklahoma
172
0.03
128 Oregon County, Missouri
22
0.21
64 Ouachita County, Arkansas
315
1.03
142 Ouachita Parish, Louisiana
98
0.07
105 Overton County, Tennessee
81
0.46
144 Parker County, Texas
21
0.05
147 Pettis County, Missouri
7
0.02
150 Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania
--
--
150 Pickens County, Alabama
--
--
99 Pike County, Indiana
71
0.53
147 Pike County, Kentucky
18
0.02
150 Pima County, Arizona
--
--
106 Polk County, Missouri
84
0.45
97 Pontotoc County, Oklahoma
178
0.55
30 Pope County, Arkansas
858
2.2
137 Pulaski County, Arkansas
395
0.12
150 Pulaski County, Kentucky
--
--
60 Putnam County, Tennessee
519
1.09
150 Queens County, New York
--
--
107 Randolph County, Missouri
111
0.44
137 Rankin County, Mississippi
86
0.12
60 Red River County, Texas
175
1.09
53 Red River Parish, Louisiana
129
1.24
110 Roane County, Tennessee
197
0.41
59 Robertson County, Tennessee
407
1.1
133 Rusk County, Texas
68
0.16
65 Rutherford County, Tennessee
847
1.01
149 Sabine Parish, Louisiana
0
0
64 Saline County, Illinois
293
1.03
72 Saline County, Missouri
229
0.92
148 San Bernardino County, California
92
0.01
136 San Francisco County, California
900
0.13
150 Sandoval County, New Mexico
--
--
150 Santa Clara County, California
--
--
38 Scott County, Arkansas
165
1.7
111 Scott County, Mississippi
98
0.4
128 Sebastian County, Arkansas
200
0.21
150 Sequatchie County, Tennessee
--
--
44 Sevier County, Arkansas
209
1.49
126 Sharp County, Arkansas
33
0.23
83 Shelby County, Alabama
518
0.78
113 Shelby County, Tennessee
2,916
0.38
137 Simpson County, Kentucky
17
0.12
69 Smith County, Tennessee
145
0.97
150 Sonoma County, California
--
--
102 St. Clair County, Alabama
207
0.5
120 St. Clair County, Missouri
25
0.29
109 St. Francis County, Arkansas
130
0.42
149 St. Louis County, Missouri
5
0
94 Stephens County, Oklahoma
253
0.58
83 Stewart County, Tennessee
68
0.78
150 Stone County, Missouri
--
--
106 Sumner County, Tennessee
390
0.45
134 Tarrant County, Texas
1,255
0.15
24 Taylor County, Kentucky
527
2.49
100 Tippah County, Mississippi
98
0.52
48 Tipton County, Tennessee
451
1.37
88 Todd County, Kentucky
78
0.66
116 Travis County, Texas
1,436
0.34
34 Trousdale County, Tennessee
126
2.05
143 Tulsa County, Oklahoma
283
0.06
129 Tuscaloosa County, Alabama
276
0.2
123 Union County, Arkansas
125
0.26
116 Union County, Illinois
60
0.34
37 Union County, Kentucky
304
1.71
99 Vanderburgh County, Indiana
893
0.53
141 Vermilion County, Illinois
80
0.08
98 Warren County, Kentucky
387
0.54
49 Warren County, Tennessee
441
1.35
90 Warrick County, Indiana
267
0.64
143 Washington County, Arkansas
64
0.06
120 Washington County, Tennessee
261
0.29
63 Washita County, Oklahoma
143
1.04
16 Wayne County, Illinois
571
3.16
150 Wayne County, Michigan
--
--
92 Wayne County, Tennessee
83
0.6
28 Weakley County, Tennessee
760
2.31
31 Webster County, Kentucky
323
2.18
111 Webster County, Missouri
81
0.4
119 White County, Arkansas
156
0.31
27 White County, Illinois
416
2.33
125 White County, Tennessee
47
0.24
150 Wicomico County, Maryland
--
--
55 Williamson County, Tennessee
709
1.22
147 Williamson County, Texas
12
0.02
64 Wilson County, Tennessee
576
1.03
142 Winnebago County, Illinois
185
0.07
125 Wise County, Texas
64
0.24
132 Wood County, Texas
41
0.17
89 Wright County, Missouri
105
0.65
80 Yell County, Arkansas
138
0.81
76 Young County, Texas
165
0.86


* In an effort to better match the ASARB standards for adherents, a few religious bodies changed the way their adherents were reported in 2010, including Amish groups, Friends groups, Jewish groups, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Non-denominational Christian Churches, and the United Methodist Church. This change does not affect any of the data in the newly released 2010 U.S. Religion Census: Religious Congregations & Membership Study. In fact, the data for these groups are now more comparable to that of other bodies than it was in previous decadal reports.

However, the change in methodology can distort assessments on growth or decline between 2000 and 2010 for each of these groups. County-level 2000 data using the new methodology are not readily available. ASARB staff has adjusted some 2000 county-level adherent statistics to allow for a more accurate picture on growth or decline. The revised maps and charts are now available on-line at www.usreligioncensus.org for those who are interested in these trends.

Source

2010 data were collected by the Association of Statisticians of American Religious Bodies (ASARB) and include statistics for 236 religious groups, providing information on the number of their congregations and adherents within each state and county in the United States. Clifford Grammich, Kirk Hadaway, Richard Houseal, Dale E. Jones, Alexei Krindatch, Richie Stanley and Richard H. Taylor supervised the collection. These data originally appeared in 2010 U.S. Religion Census: Religious Congregations & Membership Study, published by the Association of Statisticians of American Religious Bodies (ASARB). [More information on the data collection]