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    Has H1N1 Affected Your Church Attendance?

    Has H1N1 Affected Your Church Attendance?

    Simple question:  Has H1N1 affected your churches attendance?

    Take a second to answer the quick poll below; then give your comment in the comments section:

     






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    1. Dale Schaeffer on Wed, November 11, 2009

      Yes!  We usually average between 350-400, but 2 weeks ago we had only 280…the biggest one week dip we’ve ever seen…directly related to sickness.  We have seen this especially in our children’s attendance.

    2. Eric Frisch on Wed, November 11, 2009

      We’ve seen major cuts in attendance over the past month or so… partly due to folks that actually have it, and also because of parents who aren’t taking their kids out.

    3. David Buckham on Wed, November 11, 2009

      Yes, two weeks in a row by 20%.  It is still down, mostly because people are afraid of getting it.  It also has affected a school group I work with cutting them down by 1/3 the past two weeks.  On a side note, the bug hit everyone in my family but me.

      all about Christ,
      David Buckham

    4. Peter Hamm on Wed, November 11, 2009

      I haven’t had H1N1, but one guy on our staff will be out with it till this weekend, and I’ve had a persistent cough (only… no fever or anything).

      I must not have enough faith… ;P

    5. bob on Wed, November 11, 2009

      No, thank God.  We have seen an increase at all the campuses.  Life is uncertain.  Ask me next week, could be different.  Let’s pray for all the Christian churches across the globe for protection.

    6. Jimmy Donaghy on Wed, November 11, 2009

      Yeah, we’ve noticed it mostly in the children’s attendance.  My boys both got the H1N1 flu.

    7. John Bunn on Wed, November 11, 2009

      Interestingly, this past Sunday was our largest non-holiday attendance day ever (3,489—up 485 from the Sunday before that). Weird.

    8. Rick on Thu, November 12, 2009

      Attendance has been down a little, but more due to travel and surgery than fear.

    9. handbags shop on Thu, November 19, 2009

      Interestingly, this past Sunday was our largest non-holiday attendance day ever (3,489°™up 485 from the Sunday before that). Weird.

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