From The Independent-
The Church of England has lost more than 100,000 worshippers in the last decade, new figures have shown.
Attendance has now reached a nadir, having fallen an average of one per cent every year and 11 per cent since 2005.
However, Christmas and Easter see a spike in the numbers of people going to church.
It continues a trend which has seen CofE attendance, and people who identify as Anglican, drop consistently since the 1960s.
Attendance at Sunday services in 2015 was 752,460, compared to 875,000 in 2005, a fall of 12 per cent in ten years.
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