Americans, particularly young adults, are becoming less religious in the formal, traditional sense. Still, surveys find younger Americans are just as spiritual as their older counterparts, and many have found other expressions of faith outside formal religion.
In a Barna report released this week, almost half of 18–35-year-old Christians (44%) say that attending church is not an essential part of their faith. And, about six in 10 Christians say they participate in their community of worship to grow in their faith (63%)
NASHVILLE (BP) -- Church pews may be full of teenagers, but a study released Tuesday (Jan. 15) suggests college students might be a much rarer sight on Sunday mornings.