Half of U.S. Protestant pastors say a Christmas Eve service is their churches’ largest event during the holiday season.
Almost every church in the U.S. is holding in-person services again, but some pre-pandemic churchgoers still haven’t returned.
Half of U.S. Protestant churchgoers say they’d prefer to attend a church where people share their political views, and most believe that to be the case at their congregation already.
As most Americans celebrate Halloween, few pastors are refraining from influencing their church members’ engagement with the holiday.
Half of U.S. Protestant pastors (52%) say the current economy is having a negative impact on their churches, while 7% say it's a positive factor.
Most evangelicals in the United States say they want an immigration solution that both secures the border and values those already in the country.