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Survey finds Gen Z eager to reconnect with faith

 

Last updated 9/1/2021 at 9:39am

Almost half of college students surveyed said their mental and emotional health declined during the pandemic, and many are looking for their church communities to get and stay involved.

WASHINGTON, DC (Pinkston News Service)- It's no secret that the coronavirus pandemic has wreaked havoc on the normal patterns of daily life in America. This disruption has taken its toll on the mental health of millions of Americans - especially for America's youngest generations. Between social distancing, lockdowns and the shift to remote learning, Generation Z is coming out of the pandemic feeling isolated, lonely and worried.

But as we exit the pandemic, these younger Americans are eager to engage with their communities, including their houses of worship and faith communities. They're...



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