How Far Will People Travel to Attend YOUR Church?

Do you know how long the average commute time is for someone in your church? A recent CNN story claims that over 600,000 people have a commute of 90 minutes or more, 61% of those making that monster commute do it alone. This got us to thinking about what this means for the church world, and what we can learn.

In this edition of Ministry Briefing, we discuss how to redeem the commute, how far people are typically willing to drive to a church, and how this information could impact YOUR church’s strategy.

How does YOUR typical member handle their commute?

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