With so few people going to church, they may no longer need to hold Sunday services

The Church of England is considering scrapping a law that requires churches to hold services on Sunday, after a big drop in the number of people going to church. A paper posted on the organisation’s website reveals leaders are discussing plans to relax the centuries-old law that states services must take place every Sunday. The update was posted by the Bishop of Willesden, chair of the Church’s Simplification Task Group which is tasked with simplifying and modernising church canons (rules).

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