- Two photos show Sunday morning services in churches in East London
- The third shows worshippers gathered for Friday midday prayers outside a nearby mosque
- The difference in numbers could hardly be more dramatic
The empty pews at churches just yards from an overcrowded mosque
“What these pictures suggest is that, on current trends, Christianity in this country is becoming a religion of the past, and Islam is one of the future.”
Pay no attention to the 2011 Census that told us 33.2 million people in England and Wales describe themselves as Christians.
For if you want a more telling insight into religion in the United Kingdom today, just look at these photographs. The story they tell is more revealing than any survey.
The difference in numbers could hardly be more dramatic. At St George’s, some 12 people have congregated to celebrate Holy Communion.
When the church was built in the…
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