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Are you a Christian without a church? Take the survey

Updated Thursday, 22nd October 2009

What does it mean to be a Christian without a church? What exactly do people mean nowadays when they describe themselves as Christian? Share your views, and learn about other people, in this anonymous survey.

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In the 2001 United Kingdom Census, 71.6% of people in the UK described themselves as Christians, but only about 15% of these said they belonged to, or were active members of, a church.

That leaves a large number of people who identify themselves as Christian who aren't active members of a particular church. The Open University is interested in finding out what Christianity means to these 'missing' Christians - and, if you're one, we'd love to hear your views.




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