Continuing a long standing trend, fewer people are going to church in Britain:
The number of people going to church on a Sunday fell by nearly 40,000 in 2002, according to provisional figures released by the Church of England.
The average number of people attending a Sunday service dropped by 4% to just over 1 million - 39,000 fewer than the previous year.
The UK and the Continent, once a bulwark of church goers, has slipped into a totally secular society. The established churches are old and tired, floating along with secularism--teaching the same thing with a veneer of religion. Perhaps they are ready for a Biblical revival.