jump to navigation

ACNA grows 13%: The Church of England Newspaper, June 27, 2014 July 22, 2014

Posted by geoconger in Anglican Church of North America, Church of England Newspaper.
trackback

Statistics released before the start of the Anglican Church in North America’s synod this week report the breakaway Anglican group has grown by 13 per cent to 112,504 members since 2009, while its average Sunday attendance has grown by 16 per cent to 80,471 during the same period. Membership in the Episcopal Church of the USA declined between 2009 and 2012 – the most recent year of published statistics. Membership for its domestic dioceses fell from 2,006,343 to 1,894,181 while Sunday attendance declined from 682,963 to 640,142. The Anglican Church of Canada does not publish its membership statistics.

In releasing statistics, the ACNA officials note that 74 percent of congregations completed reports. In an attempt to provide a complete picture, the denomination provides two statistical totals: “reported” figures and “projected” figures that substitute median averages for congregations that did not report. In the Episcopal Church, officials roll over previously reported statistics for non-reporting parishes until new ones are received. In the case of both the “reported” and “projected” figures, ACNA posts growth, which is strongest with the “reported” figures.

Comments

1. Anglican ups and downs | Anglican Samizdat - July 22, 2014

[…] Average Sunday Attendance at ACNA churches has increased 16% over 5 years […]


Sorry comments are closed for this entry

%d bloggers like this: