Parish attendance & affiliation
2013 Statistics for Mission
Statistics for Mission 2013 provides the latest figures on
Church of England attendance and occasional offices, including new
statistics on our worshipping community and numbers of people
joining and leaving. Overall in 2013, an average of one million
people attended Church of England services each week.
Statistics for Mission 2012 provides figures
on Church of England attendance and occasional offices, including
new statistics on our worshipping community and numbers of people
joining and leaving. Overall in 2012, on average 1.05m people
attended Church of England churches each week showing no
significant change over the past decade; and over the year the
Church of England conducted over 356,000 services of baptism,
wedding and funerals at an average of about 6,700 each week -
almost 1,000 per day - marking the rites of passage in people's
lives in communities across the country.
See our statistics mapped!
Follow the link to 2012 Statistics for
Mission Mapped to see some diocesan statistics.
Attendance and occasional offices 2011
provides statistics for weekly, Sunday, Christmas and Easter
attendance, alongside figures on the Electoral Roll and Occasional
offices. Please note that our figures have been revised since this
publication was released.
Church Statistics 2010/11 provides measures of
participation and affiliation collected by Church of England
dioceses, parishes and cathedrals. This publication provides more
detailed geographical evidence of the continued involvement of the
Church of England in the everyday lives of men, women and
children. Please note that our figures have been revised
since this publication was released.