- Most of the population worships through the Armenian Church; less than 5% are Evangelical Christians.
- Armenia's constitution allows for religious freedom, but some restrictions are placed on the religious minorities.
- 66% of the population is Roman Catholic, 4.2% are Muslims, 3.9% are Protestants, 2.2% Eastern Orthodox, and others less than 1%.
- The government generally respects religious freedom, but rates of suicide, abortion, and alcoholism are continually increasing.
- 96% of the population is Muslim.
- Must be registered to practice religion, but authorities often deny registration to religious minorities, including Baptists and several non-denominational Protestant groups.
- Those groups not registered face accusations of worshiping illegally and are arrested.