After COVID, We All Have Stories That Needs Telling

After COVID, We All Have Stories That Needs Telling

Houses of faith are now considering a deliberate move back to in-person worship as the number of inoculations is rising. But no one believes we will simply take off our masks and step back in time to a previous way of being. We cannot simply go back to the way things...
Report: US Religiosity Largely Stable in 2020

Report: US Religiosity Largely Stable in 2020

Religiosity in the U.S. was relatively unchanged last year, according to a Gallup report published in late March. Just under half (48%) of respondents affirmed that religion was “very important” in their lives. While only a one-point drop from 2019, this is the lowest...
U.S. Confidence in Safe In-Person Worship Increases

U.S. Confidence in Safe In-Person Worship Increases

A majority (76%) of U.S. adults who typically attend religious services at least monthly are confident that they now can safely attend an in-person faith gathering, according to a Pew Research Center report published March 22. This is a 12-point increase from July...
Under Half of US Adults Affiliate with House of Faith

Under Half of US Adults Affiliate with House of Faith

Fewer than half of U.S. adults now claim membership in a church, mosque or synagogue, according to a Gallup report published March 29. This is the first time in polling history when a majority has not done so, following a decades-long membership decline. Gallup began...