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  • People are losing faith in traditional institutions and focusing on community instead
  • People are losing faith in traditional institutions and focusing on community instead
    The Sunday Assembly (2013) ©
CASE STUDY

Spirituality for the internet age

As people become disenchanted with institutions, showing a 'human' side is important. The Sunday Assembly, a network of “radically inclusive” secular congregations, is rapidly going global.

Location North America / Northern Europe / Oceania

Scope
"God isn't doing well," observes American radio personality Dennis Prager. [1] The proportion of the world's population looking to a higher power for spiritual justification is ebbing rapidly. From expanding scientific knowledge to increasingly secular education establishments, countless features of the modern world are throwing a spanner in the metaphysical works.

But that's not to say people are becoming void of spirituality. Many are simply looking elsewhere for fulfilment that transcends the material world. As people become disenchanted with the idea of traditional establishments and institutions, brands from T-Mobile to Urban Compass ...

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