Millennials: Why They Arent In Church

millenial-young-man-sits-alone-in-pews-of-cathedral-of-saint-john-the-divineTime once was, in the not too distant past, that you would be shunned for appearing in public on Sunday morning in anything less than your best “go to meeting” clothes and seen anyplace other than your neighborhood church at the end of a tree lined street.  But in less than a generation, churches, synagogues, and mosques have seen a twenty percent decline in attendance.

Growing up I may not have been happy about going to church, but I certainly wasn’t going to bring it up.  It just wasn’t an option on Sunday morning.   But now nearly 30% of Americans say they seldom or never attend worship services.  That percentage is over 35% for those young adults born after 1980.

Several reasons.  The last one may shock you!

Read more here and share your own thoughts and experiences…


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