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"Unchurched" (alternatively, "The Unchurched" or "unchurched people") means, in the broad sense, people who are not connected with a church. In research on religious participation, it refers more specifically to people who do not attend worship services. In this sense it differs slightly from the term 'nones' which denotes an absence of affiliation with a religions and not an absence of attendance at religious services. The Barna Group defines the term to mean "an adult (18 or older) who has not attended a Christian church service within the past six months" excluding special services such as Easter, Christmas, weddings or funerals. Barna reports that there were 75 million "unchurched people" in the United States as of 2004.

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  • Als kirchenfern oder fernstehend werden im Sprachgebrauch von Seelsorgern und christlichen Gemeinden Personen oder Bevölkerungsschichten bezeichnet, die der Kirche gleichgültig bis ablehnend gegenüberstehen, aber ihr offiziell noch angehören (mitunter sog. „Taufschein-Christen“ oder Namenschristen).
  • "Unchurched" (alternatively, "The Unchurched" or "unchurched people") means, in the broad sense, people who are not connected with a church. In research on religious participation, it refers more specifically to people who do not attend worship services. In this sense it differs slightly from the term 'nones' which denotes an absence of affiliation with a religions and not an absence of attendance at religious services. The Barna Group defines the term to mean "an adult (18 or older) who has not attended a Christian church service within the past six months" excluding special services such as Easter, Christmas, weddings or funerals. Barna reports that there were 75 million "unchurched people" in the United States as of 2004.
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  • Als kirchenfern oder fernstehend werden im Sprachgebrauch von Seelsorgern und christlichen Gemeinden Personen oder Bevölkerungsschichten bezeichnet, die der Kirche gleichgültig bis ablehnend gegenüberstehen, aber ihr offiziell noch angehören (mitunter sog. „Taufschein-Christen“ oder Namenschristen).
  • "Unchurched" (alternatively, "The Unchurched" or "unchurched people") means, in the broad sense, people who are not connected with a church. In research on religious participation, it refers more specifically to people who do not attend worship services. In this sense it differs slightly from the term 'nones' which denotes an absence of affiliation with a religions and not an absence of attendance at religious services. The Barna Group defines the term to mean "an adult (18 or older) who has not attended a Christian church service within the past six months" excluding special services such as Easter, Christmas, weddings or funerals. Barna reports that there were 75 million "unchurched people" in the United States as of 2004.
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