Church Attendance

American Bible Society Annual Study: Most who identify as committed Christians are not "practicing Christians"

"Among Generation Z, Millennials and Generation X Christians whose personal commitment to Christ is still important in their life today, fewer than a third are described as practicing Christians, a descriptor that includes at least monthly church attendance." - BPNews

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Nondenominational Churches Are Adding Millions of Members. Where Are They Coming From?

"...it looks like nondenominational congregations are increasing by taking in people who were raised Catholic—which is about a quarter of the general population. At the same time, more and more young people are being raised in nondenominational churches" - CToday

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Has church attendance by Millennials increased?

"Although Millennials (and, emerging behind them, Gen Z) are known for declines in religiosity, data show that, since 2019, the percentage of Millennials reporting weekly church attendance has increased from 21 percent to 39 percent." - Barna

Another study: Millennials adopt digital worship, but not at the expense of IRL faith - RNS

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Is Religion Traumatic for Kids? New Data Suggests Otherwise

"Based on data from the Baylor survey... Adult men and women who attended religious services at least weekly at age 12 were more likely to report that they were currently 'very happy,'...and less likely to indicate that they were frequently bored, when compared to those who attended less frequently or not at all." - IFS

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