Two in three of us never go to church, it has emerged.
Just one in ten attends a service every week, meaning most of the population only turn up for baptisms, weddings or funerals.
Britain has not, however, lost its faith.
More than half of us are still happy to describe ourselves as Christians, according to the survey by the charity Tearfund.
And around three million say they would only need the slightest encouragement to darken a church's door more frequently. Read more