Union of Evangelical Christian Baptists of Kazakhstan

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The Union of Evangelical Christian Baptists of Kazakhstan is a fellowship of Baptist churches, also known as the Union of Evangelical Christians-Baptists. The Union is composed of almost 200 churches with over 11,000 members.

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