Religion News Service: The Faith Communities Today survey finds that half of the country’s congregations had 65 or fewer people in attendance on any given weekend, a drop from a median attendance level of 137 people in 2000.
Christianity Today: The EC president and CEO says he “will not and cannot” lead after its vote to waive attorney-client privilege.
Pew Research Center: But a slim majority have not heard their congregation’s leaders say much about them.
Religion News Service: ‘At this pivotal time in the life of the church in the United States, it is noteworthy that the NCC is modeling inclusiveness in selecting its leaders,’ said its new chair.
Nieman Lab: With higher education at the crossroads of the culture war, public media is vulnerable to growing political interference over its operations.