There are three major Orthodox jurisdictions in Ukraine:
- The Ukrainian Orthodox Church – Moscow Patriarchate (UOC-MP) has more than 9049 communities, the majority of which function in the central and northeastern parts of Ukraine.
- The Ukrainian Orthodox Church – Kyivan Patriarchate (UOC-KP) has more than 2781 communities, of which approximately one third function in the central and more than 10 % in the southeastern parts of Ukraine.
- The Ukrainian Autocephalous Orthodox Church (UAOC) has 1015 communities, of which more than 80 % function in eastern Ukraine.
There are two Catholic Churches represented in Ukraine today:
- The Ukrainian Greek-Catholic Church (UGCC) has more than 3317 communities, the majority of which function in western Ukraine.
- The Roman Catholic Church (RCC) has more than 807 communities, most of which function in the central regions.
The Armenian Apostolic Church represents the “pre-Chalcedonian” Churches in Ukraine.
Some believers belong to the Protestant Churches and Church communities of other religious denominations, in particular non-traditional and new religious movements. The amount of these communities and their faithful is dynamically growing.
Information Department of the UGCC