The only thing I can really say regarding this is; “Duh!” -S.T. Lloyd
Millennials gravitate toward classic, quiet church spaces that feel authentic and provide a break from the busyness of a fast-paced, technological world, revealed a study commissioned by church architectural firms.Online surveys administered to 843 young adults ages 18 to 29 by Christian research firm Barna Group and Cornerstone Knowledge Network, the market research organization created by church design firms Aspen Group and Cogun, found 67 percent chose the word “classic” to describe their ideal church. By contrast, 33 percent prefer a trendy church as their ideal.”They dont want something created artificially for them; they dont want a bait and switch. What they want is something deeper and more authentic,” Aspen Group AIA Architect Derek Degroot said of the survey results.