National Survey

This booklet summarises some of the key findings from a comprehensive survey on Christian discipleship in evangelical church life in Britain in 2012

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Some of the findings:

British Evangelicals try to live Christlike lives. But 54% have a concern that ‘becoming more Christlike will increasingly alienate Christians from the culture around them’.

Worship is currently the highest priority in UK churches but most Christians think that discipleship should be even more important.

For most Christians (65%) in the UK the house group meeting has become a crucial setting for growth in Christlikeness – and younger people find these settings particularly conducive to growth.

If you would like a hard copy of the survey, free of charge, please go to the contact us page, fill your details and put ‘Survey please’ with your full address and postcode in the message box.