In 2000, Nevada had 331,844 Roman Catholics, representing an increase in membership by 111% from 1990. The 2nd-largest single denomination was the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormons) with 116,925 adherents. Other major Protestant groups include Southern Baptists, 40,233; Assemblies of God, 22,699 (an increase of 220% from 1990); Evangelical Lutherans, 10,663; and United Methodists, 10,452. The Salvation Army, though still relatively small, experienced membership growth of 145% from 1990 to report a total of 1,239 adherents in 2000. Also in 2000, there were an estimated 77,100 Jews living in Nevada, representing an increase of 277% from 1990. Muslims numbered about 2,291 and there were about 1,124 adherents to the Baha'i faith. About 1.3 million people (about 65.7% of the population) did not claim any religious affiliation.