The number of people in Britain going to church is falling rapidly and only one in ten adults attends church weekly even though fifty-three percent of adults or 26.2 million people in the United Kingdom identify themselves as Christian. A survey, “Churchgoing in the UK Today,” by Christian relief and development agency Tearfund said this reflects a drop of twenty percent in weekly church attendance from a similar survey conducted six years ago. The survey shows that 7.6 million adults go to church each month. One in four (12.6 million) attend at least once a year. (Ecumenical News International)