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Myths About Church Size

In general, churches averaging fewer than 100 people in worship perform better on four of 10 indicators of congregational strength than do churches with more than 350 attending. And three of those ten indicators predict church growth. In other words, small size and congregational strengths go hand in hand, according to the U.S. Congregational Life Survey.




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