The Richest Churches in the World

There are so many churches in the world today and among them, we have the list of richest churches and pastors for the year 2021. We have made a list of the recent richest churches in the world and the richest pastors today.

  1. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints – $ 200.0 billion
  2. Catholic Church Vatican – $ 30 billion and more
  3. Australian Catholic Church – $ 20.9 billion
  4. Catholic Church of Germany – $ 25.0 billion
  5. Church of England $ 7.8 billion
  6. Opus Dei (part of the Catholic Church) Italy – $ 2.8 billion
  7. Church of Scientology – $ 2.0 billion

WATCH NOW THAT THERE ISN’T

RCCG

Winners Chapel

Embassy of Christ

Synagogue

No Pentecostal churches at all.

THE RICHEST PASTORS IN THE WORLD

  1. Bishop Oyedepo – $ 150 million
  2. Bishop TD Jakes – $ 147 million
  3. Pastor Chris Oyakhilome – $ 50 million
  4. Pastor Benny Hinn – $ 42 million
  5. Pastor Adeboye – $ 39 million
  6. Pastor Creflo Dollar – $ 27 million (he was # 1)
  7. Pastor Kenneth Copeland – $ 25 million
  8. Evangelist Billy Graham – $ 25 million
  9. Prophet TB Joshua – $ 10 million
  10. Pastor Joseph Prince – $ 5 million

Observe again that none of the 4 richest churches mentioned has its leaders on this list of richest pastors.

  • The Pope is not here.
  • The Archbishop of Canterbury is not here.
  • The bishop of Opus Dei is not there.
  • The prophet of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is not here.

NOW OBSERVE AGAIN.

6 of the 10 richest pastors are blacks, their congregation being predominantly black people.
4 of the 10 richest pastors have their churches in Nigeria, the poverty capital of the world, the 147th most corrupt nation in the world, home to the second deadliest terrorist group and the most dangerous place to give birth to world.

Observe also that the richest churches are located in

  1. United States
  2. Vatican City
  3. England

They are among the safest, least corrupt, and most prosperous nations.

What a paradox !! Jesus Christ fed the multitude, but in Nigeria the multitude feeds the men of God and the general overseers.

Source of data used: Wikipedia

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