Half of U.S. Protestant pastors say a Christmas Eve service is their churches’ largest event during the holiday season.
On Nov. 10-12, 800 women from 32 states gathered at Long Hollow Baptist Church in Hendersonville, Tenn., for Lifeway Women’s Leadership Forum.
Almost every church in the U.S. is holding in-person services again, but some pre-pandemic churchgoers still haven’t returned.
Half of churchgoers say they prefer to attend a church where people share their politics, and 55% believe that to be the case already.
As millions of Americans celebrate Halloween, many Protestant pastors in the United States are encouraging their church members to respond to the holiday in specific ways.