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We’ve discussed Sunday evening services before on the blog and podcast, but things haven’t changed much in local churches. The services are still declining on the whole. Today, we update you as to why that is.

Highlights - Today - Episode

Some highlights from today’s episode include:

The number of churches offering Sunday evening services is still declining and the number of people coming is still declining.

Churches - Groups - Sunday - Night - Groups

Churches with off-site groups are turning to Sunday night groups and finding more success.

Sunday night worship services that are duplicates of Sunday morning services are likely to be the most well-attended types of Sunday evening services.

Support - Sunday - Evening - Services - Generation

Much of the traditional support for Sunday evening services is waning because many in the generation who has pushed for it for so long are dying off.

The eight updates we discuss are:

Sunday - Evening - Services

Whatever Happened to Sunday Evening Services?

Today’s episode is sponsored by Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary....
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