One in seven adults in the UK attends a Christian church each month, with nearly three million more people saying they would attend church if only they were asked, one of the largest surveys of churchgoing in the UK reveals today (3 April).
The findings of the in-depth survey by Christian relief and development agency Tearfund, also show that, contrary to the UK’s secular image, Christianity is still the dominant faith in the UK. More than half (53%) or 26.2 million adults claim to be Christian. Read more
Tuesday, 3 April 2007