In the News: Are Church Leaders Losing Gen Z?

In the News: Are Church Leaders Losing Gen Z?

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Springtide Research Institute was recently featured Outreach Magazine. This article, Are Church Leaders Losing Gen Z? by Kevin Singer is reprinted in part below, but we encourage you to visit their site to read the piece in its entirety.

Gen Z, or those born roughly between 1995–2010, has been called the least religious generation and an unreached people group who is abandoning church. If their level of engagement with faith leaders is any indication, these premonitions may be right. New findings from Springtide Research Institute’s national study of over 10,000 young people in 2019–2020 reveal that just 8% of young people between the ages of 13–25 say there is a religious leader they can turn to if needed.

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