Our churches in Britain are empty or virtually empty except for the Sunday morning service, the odd wedding and baptism. There is an ageing population of church goers.
The average age of church attendance for the Church of England is 50 years plus with an average of around 60 citizens attending a Sunday service. Around 5% of the population go to one of the 50,600 churches in the UK. Church attendance has slumped by 25% in the past 15 years. Continue reading