Just the FaCT’s about Churches That Work
In late 1995, a group of religious researchers from across the United States began discussing an ambitious project that would involve the most comprehensive study of American congregations ever attempted.
That study, Faith Communities Today (FaCT), is a groundbreaking examination of the character and vitality of religious congregations in American society.
Churches of Christ have played a significant role in the development and implementation of the study from its beginning. The study also factored heavily into the Chronicle’s requirements for the upcoming series, Churches That Work.
For more information, read the following story from the Christian Chronicle’s 2001 archives.