8 Reasons Most Churches Never Break the 200 Attendance Mark

While social media and even traditional media are still preoccupied with mega churches and multi-site churches, the reality is that most churches in North America are quite small.

The Barna group pegs the average Protestant church size in America at 89 adults. 60% of protestant churches have less than 100 adults in attendance. Only 2% have over 1000 adults attending.

– See more at: http://careynieuwhof.com/2013/09/8-reasons-most-churches-never-break-the-200-attendance-mark/#sthash.9wGaRide.DrBNdb9H.dpuf

While social media and even traditional media are still preoccupied with mega churches and multi-site churches, the reality is that most churches in North America are quite small.

The Barna group pegs the average Protestant church size in America at 89 adults. 60% of protestant churches have less than 100 adults in attendance. Only 2% have over 1000 adults attending.

– See more at: http://careynieuwhof.com/2013/09/8-reasons-most-churches-never-break-the-200-attendance-mark/#sthash.9wGaRide.DrBNdb9H.dpuf

While social media and even traditional media are still preoccupied with mega churches and multi-site churches, the reality is that most churches in North America are quite small.

The Barna group pegs the average Protestant church size in America at 89 adults. 60% of protestant churches have less than 100 adults in attendance. Only 2% have over 1000 adults attending.

– See more at: http://careynieuwhof.com/2013/09/8-reasons-most-churches-never-break-the-200-attendance-mark/#sthash.9wGaRide.DrBNdb9H.dpuf

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While social media and even traditional media are still preoccupied with mega churches and multi-site churches, the reality is that most churches in North America are quite small.

The Barna group pegs the average Protestant church size in America at 89 adults. 60% of protestant churches have less than 100 adults in attendance. Only 2% have over 1000 adults attending.

Full article:  8 Reasons Most Churches Never Break the 200 Attendance Mark.

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