Pastor Chuck Cooper's church in Orlando, Florida is yet beautiful, but church attendance has decreased from the thousands to mid hundreds. In this age of a recession, people may suddenly think that's the reason, but not necessarily. It could be because of how the church is being operated these days, people just want a carnal church service or people are just not hungry for God as they use to be.
According to BlackChristianNews.com, one of Orlando's first megachurches, Calvary has seen its congregation shrink from more than 5,000 to 650 about the size it was when Cooper joined in 1970.
In the meantime, we will keep Calvary Assembly and its' pastor in our prayers.
Former Florida Megachurch Sees Membership Shrink from Over 5,000 to 650Chuck Cooper always sits in the same place in Calvary Assembly's 5,500-seat sanctuary. From his perspective in Section 11, Row B, Cooper has watched the 200-member choir supplanted by an eight-member praise team, the number of Sunday services reduced from four to...Read full article, here.
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