Quakers, by far, are the most popular Protestant religion in the United States.
The United Church of Christ is the second-most popular Protestant denomination in the U.S., with the Episcopal Church second.
And according to Pew Research, there are nearly as many Quakers as Episcopalians in the country, although the number of Quakers in the Episcopal church has declined by nearly 20% since 2010.
In the past decade, however, Quakers have become more popular among American Christians than they are among the rest of the U and are more common in the South and Northeast.
Quakers make up less than 1% of the population, but they are the largest Protestant denomination.
There are more Quakers than Catholics, Evangelical Protestants and the unaffiliated.
Pew reports that Quakers are the second most popular Christian denomination after the United Methodist Church.
Quakerism has grown significantly in recent years as a result of growing religious diversity.
It is not uncommon for the Quakers to have a large proportion of the membership in a particular church or denomination.
Pew also found that in recent decades, Quaker congregations have grown in the number and size of their congregations, while the number has remained constant.
Quaking is the name of a faith that emerged in the 1700s in New England in the New World and has grown rapidly in popularity in the West.
Quakings are also known as the Church of England, the United Church or the United Association of Quaker Churches.
The name Quaker is derived from the Latin word for “blessed,” meaning “greatly favored.”
Quakers say they believe that God is an individual God who created the world.
Quakes believe that Jesus Christ is God and that the Son of God was born of the Virgin Mary, but did not become man.
Jesus Christ died on the cross, and he rose again.
The Quakers believe that the first people on earth were created in God’s image and that God’s work in creating the universe was completed when Jesus Christ ascended into heaven and became the Savior of the world, the Church said in a news release.
Quake is a plural word that means “one who comes before” or “one coming before.”
The name refers to a number of things: the Firstborn, the first of whom is God the Father.
The word is also used to refer to God’s holy angels.
Quark, which means “to quack,” refers to an American form of quacking, which is a noisy, shrill, or repetitive sound made by a person who does not know when to stop.
It can be heard in many settings, including children’s radio programs, on television and other radio programs.
The phrase “quark, quark” has been used as a joke in many places since the 1960s.
According to Pew, Quark is now the second largest religion in America, behind only Christianity.
Pew found that Quaker church attendance is growing by roughly 8% annually, which could be attributed to an increase in Quaker worship services, which are now more popular in urban settings.
Quarks are also growing in number, particularly among younger people.
Pew said that the number is now approaching 2 million, but the numbers are likely to grow as more Americans start attending church services.
The Pew Research Center found that the Quaker population in the Midwest grew by a greater percentage than the population in any other part of the country in the past 10 years.
Pew reported that the Midwest is now home to about 1.5 million Quakers.
Quakenks in the East and Southeast also are growing.
Pew’s analysis found that about 1 million Quakenkies live in the Northeast, 1 million live in South Carolina and 1 million in the Southeast.
Quaky is a derogatory term for people of African descent, according to the Pew Research website.
Pew researchers said that Quakenkys in the northeast are the fastest-growing religious group in the nation.
Quokay is the third most popular religious group, according a 2015 study by the Pew Religious Landscape Study.
The study found that Muslims, Buddhists and Hindus are the three most popular religions in the Pew study.
Quoky is often seen as a racially charged term, but Pew researchers say the Pew survey found that Americans who identify as Quakers don’t identify as either.
Quokes are often described as white, Christian and middle-class.
Pew Research said that in 2011, there were about 12.7 million Quokeys, according the Pew Religion and Public Life Project.
The percentage of Quakes is on the rise.
The largest religious group by membership in the 2010 census was the United Presbyterian Church of America, with about 1 in 4 Americans.
Quookies have been the largest religious grouping in the American South since the 1980s, Pew researchers reported.
The religious affiliation of Quookys grew by 3% between 2010 and 2012, according with the Pew Center on Religion & Public Life.
The number of people who identify with Quooky