After the civil war, which ended officially in 2002, the churches, although a minority, have played an important role in healing, peace, and rehabilitation. The United Methodists (the largest Protestant group) and the Anglicans are part of the WCC through the United Methodist Church and the Anglican Province of West Africa. The Council of Churches is the ecumenical body. Pentecostals make up about 10 percent of the total number of Christians. There is an Evangelical Fellowship, affiliated with the WEA.
More on Sierra Leone:
An international ecumenical delegation sent by the World Council of Churches visited Liberia and Sierra Leone from 2 - 8 November 2008. The Living Letters visit to the two West African countries focused on learning how these nations cope with the memories of war.
As part of a series on WCC member churches in their local context and how they respond to their common calling amidst the challenges of their situation, this video looks at Sierra Leone. Ten years after the civil war ended, churches and inter-religious groups continue to work for peace and reconciliation. Watch the video on the WCC YouTube channel...