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"I think, based on my experience, no church relies on people within "the area" if that means walking distance. "

Almost all Orthodox Synagogues do. Many Conservative Synagogues in dense urban locations do - and most Conservative Synagogues in autocentric suburbs have blocks of walkers. AFAICT at least some urban churches mostly get walkers. Are all those car free people in DC and in NYC really unchurched? I would expect suburban and rural churches to have almost no walkers - but for an urban church, I would think thats heavily a function of large numbers of congregants having moved away.

by ReligionNerd on Dec 6, 2012 10:06 am • linkreport

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