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Some Previous Churchgoers Are Still Missing Post-COVID

A quarter of Christian adults in the U.S. say they’re attending church at least weekly, down from a third who say they attended as regularly prior to the pandemic, according to a recent Evangelism Explosion study conducted by Lifeway Research.

When asked about their church attendance before COVID-19, 34% say they attended four or more times in a typical month, 30% attended one to three times a month, and 36% attended less than once a month. Now, 26% say they attend four times a month or more, 31% say one to three times, and 43% say they attend worship services at their church less than once a month.

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