Is the Uniting Church in decline?

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    Is the Uniting Church in decline?


    Yes, but then so are most Christian churches. That does not mean that Christianity is also on the decline. The people are not going to come to the church – so we need to go to where the people are.

    We need to educate UC members, help them to understand what they believe and why. The Bible needs to be re-valued in the lives of believers.

    Christianity needs to be a way of life not a Sunday activity.


    Is the Pope Catholic?

    Yes it is the fastest shrinking denomination in Australia.

    *Yet*, the growing congregations are mostly the Bible-based (evangelical) ones, whether Migrant-Ethnic, Anglo or Cross-Cultural. The more liberal churches die, the leaner we get and the quicker we can turn around and get back to our Biblical Reformed Evangelical roots.

    This gives me hope.

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