The first Christian church in the world was established in the 15th century, but the last church to be founded in Europe was in Turkey.
But now it is becoming increasingly popular, thanks to the rise of the internet.
And it seems to be having an impact on some people.
In Germany, the number of churchgoers has increased by 50% over the past decade.
In the Netherlands, the percentage of people who attend church each week has also risen by 50%.
In Austria, there has been a 20% increase in churchgoers.
The trend has been particularly noticeable in the Netherlands.
There has been an increase in the number and number of people attending services by 30% over 10 years, according to figures released by the country’s central church.
This has been followed by a rise in the numbers of people visiting church services.
The number of members has also increased by around 20% over this time, with more than 1.5 million people joining the church each year.
The figures, which were compiled by the Dutch Lutheran Church (Deutsches Vereinigung Deutschen Vereinschaft), also show that in Germany, people are less likely to say they have left the church because of the rise in numbers.
In contrast, the proportion of people leaving the church has increased significantly in France, according the data.
France, which is the largest country in Europe, has the highest proportion of French people who are currently members of the church.
The rise in church membership has been accompanied by a dramatic rise in public spending on religious education.
The data also shows that the number who are attending church services in the country has doubled.
The proportion of young people who have not yet attended church has also gone up, while the number that have already joined has gone down.
The main reason for this rise is that more and more people are being influenced by the internet and are discovering about the church through social media.
A number of countries have seen an increase of about 50% in the proportion who are members of their churches, such as Germany and Italy.
However, the Dutch have had the biggest rise in their church numbers, up by 40%.
In the UK, there was a similar trend, with an increase around 25% over two years.
However there has also been an uptick in numbers at the church, with the number going up by more than 50%.
This has happened in the UK because of a significant increase in people attending church.
For example, the numbers attending church have risen by around 300% over five years, with around 100,000 people joining.
The church is also getting bigger.
The total number of churches has grown from around 2.6 million to almost 4 million, with about 1.6 billion people attending a church service.
The Netherlands, which has the second highest proportion in Europe for church attendance, has had a massive rise in its church membership, with a whopping 50% increase over 10,000 years.
There have also been a number of other changes to the way churches are being organised, such a rise of “pietist churches”, where a small number of parishioners are allowed to attend services without being baptized, and the establishment of the first ever “reformed church”, which has allowed pastors to hold sermons.
But the rise is largely due to the internet, with many churches opening up to the wider public.
The Dutch church has opened up to many, including the UK’s First Baptist Church and the British Presbyterian Church, which have both seen huge rises in membership.
There is also a surge in young people joining, with almost 60% of the younger generation having attended a church in some form in the last year.
In Belgium, the church is growing rapidly, with numbers increasing by around 30%.
A significant increase of around 50% has also occurred in Germany and the Netherlands and a 30% increase has been seen in France.
The most significant increase, however, has been in the United States.
According to data from the Pew Research Center, there are now over 300,000 active members of churches across the country.
This figure is more than double the number in 2011, when there were just a few thousand active members.
This is largely down to the fact that churches are getting more popular, with young people taking up the profession.
Many churches are attracting young people as well, particularly in the South and Midwest.
This, in turn, is making churches more attractive to young people.
This also has an impact, for example, on how many people go to church.
According the Pew research, in 2011 there were around 1.7 million active churchgoers in the US, with over 2.5 billion people who went to church in 2011.
This makes it the most popular form of worship for young people, as well as being more socially acceptable.
The Pew research also shows a significant rise in people who believe in the bible, with 70% of adults aged 18-24 saying they believe in God, compared to the previous year.
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