This was the headline for an article in The Times, Thursday 8th May. The article goes on to say:
Churchgoing on its knees as Christianity falls out of favour
Church attendance in Britain is declining so fast that the number of regular churchgoers will be fewer than those attending mosques within a generation, research published today suggests.Perhaps, having just started a focused time of prayer for the mission of the church, it's a timely reminder that whilst governments and banks worry about credit crunches, oil prices and global terrorism, the need for a saviour slips by unnoticed. Sadly I fear that too many Christians are also so caught up in worrying about the price if a litre of petrol or their mortgage rate that we too lose sight of the greatest challenge we face.
You can read the whole article here.