Christians in Sierra Leone constitute approximately 10 percent (~574,300) of the country's population (5,743,725 - 2014 est.). Other sources report that the population of Christians in Sierra Leone may reach 21%.
The Constitution provides for freedom of religion, and the Government generally respected this right in practice.
Intermarriage between Muslims and Christians is common. Islam and Christianity are often syncretized with indigenous religious beliefs.
Christianity in Sierra Leone Wikipedia
The majority of Sierra Leonean Christians are Protestants, of which the largest are Methodists and Evangelicals.
Catholics are the second largest non Protestant Christians division in Sierra Leone at about 5% of the country's population.