Half check the website of their local church on a regular basis and 24% follow Christian influencers, finds a study.
Reinhardt Schink of the Evangelical Alliance says “forms of church can be adapted” but warns against decisions that strengthen individualism and “weaken the community of believers”.
Research looks at how the young in France see secularism. People between 18 and 30 are more tolerant of religious symbols in public.
The latest official figures, published in July, show that only one in five practice Catholicism, while atheism exceeds 16%.
42% of young people do not consider themselves religious, finds the newest official survey. Islam is clearly on the rise.
The effects of the restrictions are analysed by churches in Germany, Slovakia, UK and Portugal.
According to research, 44% of Portuguese evangelical churches were started after the year 2001. Many pastors are from Brazil but 7 in 10 new believers are nationals.
Despite 47% of residents in the capital of Finland being members of the mainline Lutheran Church, most Christians attend other congregations.
Seek to define the values of the church and aspire to be a church that God will trust with newcomers and new believers.
Let’s evaluate our churches and make sure we are not adding any unnecessary barriers for guests that come along.
A survey shows that Roman Catholics decline the most and go to church the least. Over half of Protestants attend church at least once a month.
A report shows that Australians have a good perception of Christians and are willing to have spiritual conversations, but also see Christianity as a bad influence in some areas.
According to a major survey, evangelicals are 37% of the population, Roman Catholics, 33%. 29% said they are unaffiliated believers and 1% identify as non-believers.
Researchers found that 40% of the UK Christian families have less engagement with their church since the pandemic. Current attendance in US churches is at 85%.
A survey shows that among millennials and Generation Z, girls are more likely than boys to reject any religious approach.
The Talking Jesus research analyses “the evangelism landscape in the UK today”. 42% say they are non-practising Christians and 16% identify as agnostics or atheists.
The Christian life is not covered by a one-day seminar, it is a lifelong journey of preparation for eternity to come.
Frank-Walter Steinmeier was re-elected with a large majority. He is a member of the Evangelical Reformed Church and very outspoken about his faith.
As we take stock after two years of Covid-19 disruption, we will see how local church involvement is critical for all aspects of a healthy life.
A survey found that, while 33% of 18- to 34-year-olds plan to visit a place of worship during Christmas, only 17% of British over 55 will attend one.
The Holy Synod of the Greek Orthodox Church pointed out in a statement that they “support the government’s efforts to battle the resurging pandemic”.
Church trends in the 21st century.
The military announced a government of national unity. Guinean evangelicals ask to pray “for the unity of the church, socio-political stability and support to promote the gospel”.
For the first time since March 2020, physical distancing ends although face masks remain.“This is a time to celebrate, as we worship God together”, the Evangelical Alliance says.
Large mainline denominations that have adapted their theology to the LGBT ideologies have accelerated their loss of membership: 7 cases in 4 countries.