Sunday, August 10, 2008

Cuba

Here is a list of the cities in Cuba with over 100,000 inhabitants without a branch or missionaries along with the number of inhabitants. There are no offical congregations or missionaries serving in the country.
  1. Havana - 2,201,600
  2. Santiago de Cuba - 423,400
  3. Camagüey - 301,600
  4. Holguín - 268,600
  5. Santa Clara - 210,200
  6. Guantánamo - 208,100
  7. Bayamo - 144,700
  8. Las Tunas - 143,600
  9. Cienfuegos - 140,700
  10. Pinar del Río - 139,300
  11. Matanzas - 127,300
  12. Ciego de Ávila - 106,200

2 comments:

andrew said...

Cuba does have a limited presence, I believe there are about 40 church members that meat together in Havannah, They are under the jurisdiction of the Mexico area.

montagnard said...

There is a small branch in Marianao, Havana but the number of active members is much smaller. Transportation to and from the branch that rents the chapel of a protestant Church can be challenging as mass transit focuses more on Monday to Saturday. Cubans do have religious freedom and it is protected by their constitution.