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The epidemic has changed the behavior of church members in the UK
A report by the Evangelical Alliance of the United Kingdom has revealed that the Govt-19 epidemic has affected people’s practices on churches across the country. Nearly all churches returned to weekly face-to-face services (95%). Even so, 6 out of 10 people decide to continue streaming online. However, the report points out that the average face-to-face attendance of 124 participants before the epidemic has dropped to 85 by 2021. The number of people attending interview services also dropped to 92% before the outbreak. Now 68%.
Another challenge facing churches in the country is looking for volunteers. Six out of 10 church leaders say they have noticed a “decrease in volunteerism in their church.” Three out of 10 members agree to spend less time in the church environment. Possible reasons for the decline in the number of volunteers include “those who see Govt-19 as an ‘opportunity to’ retire ‘or” volunteers who have lost the habit of going to church and other habits that have changed it. “
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