Ten Republicans voted for the second impeachment of Donald Trump. At least three of them were evangelical Christians

Adam Kinzinger (IL) attends Village Christian Church of Channahon, Illinois, a non-denominational evangelical congregation that appears to have some connection to the Church of Christ tradition.

Liz Cheney (WY) identifies as a United Methodist.

John Katko (NY) is a Catholic.

Fred Upton (MI) identifies as a Protestant.

Jamie Herrera Beutler (WA) is an evangelical Christian who attends City Harvest Church in Vancouver, WA. (She is pictured above).

Dan Newhouse (WA) is an elder at Sunnyside Presbyterian Church, a member of the Presbyterian Church-USA. This church has some links to evangelicalism. The pastor, Mike Souza, is a graduate of Denver Baptist Bible College, Colorado Christian University, and George Fox University.

Peter Meijer (MI) does not seem to make religion a central component of his political identity.

Anthony Gonzalez (OH) is a Catholic.

Tom Rice (SC) is a member of Trinity Episcopal Church. It is is an evangelical Anglican congregation. Interestingly enough, Rice also objected to the certification of the Electoral College vote.

David Valadao (CA) is a Catholic.