‘Christians’ say no to church
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July-August 2017 – In America’s increasingly secularized culture, even some professing Christians have opted out of attending traditional church services. A Barna study shows that in the U.S., 10% or more of people who self-identify as Christian do not hold church attendance as a high priority. Eighty percent of this group are between the ages of 33 and 70 – Gen-Xers and Boomers, not Millennials or elders. Millennials, the least churched generation, are least likely to identify as religious. Elders are most likely to identify as religious and attend church.

barna.com/research, 3/30/17