United Kingdom of Great Britain & Northern Ireland GB


GMO Gospel Visits 2014


Indicated decisions 2014

64.1 million.


37.1 million.

5.5 million. are evangelical

For detailed information on the Primary and Secondary Cultural Characteristics, go here.

  • Stats for United Kingdom of Great Britain & Northern Ireland
  • Social Control

  • Cultural Distinctions

    Britain is very competitive and used this competitiveness to dominate the world. 
    The British colonized others by keeping local customs and control in place.
    The United Kingdom is a very Neutral culture in expression.
  • Top 25 Stats

    Top 25 Statistics- Total Population- 64.1 M (22nd); Total Christians- 37.1 M (16th); Total Evangelicals- 5.5 M (17th); Human Development Index- 14th; Internet Access- 89.90% (11th); Total Gospel Visits- 7.6 M (9th); Total Gospel Decisions- 883,000 (8th); Decisions to Population- 1.38% (20th); Decisions to Non-Evangelicals- 1.51% (18th).
  • Fastest Growing Religion

  • Human Development Index

  • Internet Access

    89.90% (11th)
  • Ethnic Groups

    Anglo-Saxon/Celtic (85.2%); Asian (6.3%); European (3.3%); Middle Eastern/ West Asian (1.9%); African Caribbean (1.4%); African (0.8%).
  • Common Languages

    English; In Wales, both English and Welsh are spoken.
  • Economy

    Britain was the world’s  first industrial economy, but is now primarily a service economy.
    Has huge  financial and business services; Saw decline after WWII, but improved after 1980’s. 2008 Great Recession hit hard, and unemployment is an issue; Still the  fifth largest economy. European Union member, although this may be reconsidered; Uses pound note, not euro.
  • History / Politics

    Parliamentary, constitutional monarchy; British Empire once covered 1/4th of world. 
    Many former colonies have now become part of the British Commonwealth.
    Constituents (Scotland, Wales, Northern Island) have some degree of self-governance. 
    Many immigrants come to the country looking for work and freedom to better themselves.
  • Spirituality

    The Church of England is in a major crisis over doctrine.
    Evangelicals strongly impact the Church of England, but the growth has all but stopped.
    Many immigrants to Britain come from strongly Christian nations (Nigeria, Brazil, and others). Many immigrants come from non-Christian countries, and are more open to the Gospel here.
  • Prayers

    Pray for the Church of England that revival would occur and that doctrine would be pure. 
    Pray for the many non-Christian immigrants that they would hear and respond to Gospel. Pray that the affluence of the society would not seduce people away from the Gospel. 
    Pray that the Lord would have a revival among the uninvolved, self-professed Christians. 
    Pray that growth in numbers of Evangelical would occur.


All of the information on the number of Christians and Evangelicals is from Pray for the World! or Operation World.