Thursday, November 29, 2018

Cowtown Losing Faith: Empty Kansas City Church Buildings Abound

Faith blogger perspective on a troubling faith trend and the harsh real estate predicament. Read more:

What to do with underused or empty church buildings? 11-28-18

It surely cannot be news to most Americans that weekly attendance at worship services has been dwindling for decades. This is a pattern that began to establish itself some 50 or more years ago and has accelerated since then. Because...

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

I still go to church twice a week. Church’s Fried Chicken.

Anonymous said...

Cant we use the as homeless shelters?

Anonymous said...

What to do with underused or empty church buildings?



Same thing as schools. Sell them and turn them into crap apartments marketed as luxury.

Anonymous said...

Don't forget the tax breaks.

Anonymous said...

^^Don't forget the...ugh...ugh...the....I mean...ugh....the.....

Anonymous said...

The Churches are consolidating into larger congregations. Many have several thousand members...with all kinds of community programs. But what have the local atheist groups done, after years of hype? Almost nothing...they are best known for anemic protests in front of Churches and religious conferences. But don't worry, they will never protest in front of a MOSQUE!

Anonymous said...

Look at the KANSAS City Atheist Club, after all this time seldom more than a few dozen show up. But the First United Methodist Church of the Resurrection alone has 20,000 members, with packed meetings thru the week. Maybe the self important leaders of the KCAC should resign.

Anonymous said...

^^we don't worry about that loser because we have lives. You worry about it. Most of us have better things to do. You don't.

Anonymous said...

And yet here 10:45 is commenting...cuz he does worry about it and he doesn't want the truth to come out about his particulate group of losers.

Anonymous said...

^^^Your life seems really, really, sad.

Anonymous said...

The KCAC...Kansas City Asshole Cocksuckers.