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Profile of all U.S. Megachurches
Information from the online database of megachurches.

A New Decade of Megachurches: 2011 Profile of Large Attendance Churches in the United States
by Warren Bird and Scott Thumma

This research is a joint effort of Scott Thumma of Hartford Institute and Warren Bird of Leadership Network of Dallas, Texas.

 

Not Who You Think They Are: A Profile of the People Who Attend America's Megachurches (a research report summarizing the findings of a survey of 24,900 megachurch attendees, June 9, 2009)

This project is a joint effort of Scott Thumma of Hartford Institute and David Travis and Warren Bird of Leadership Network of Dallas, Texas.

 

Megachurches Today 2008 - Changes in American Megachurches

This project is a joint effort of Scott Thumma of Hartford Institute and David Travis and Warren Bird of Leadership Network of Dallas, Texas.

 

Megachurches Today 2005

Listen online to the audio interview with the principal investigators of this research.

This project is a joint effort of Scott Thumma of this Institute and David Travis and Warren Bird of Leadership Network of Dallas, Texas.

 

Megachurches Today 2000

A study of 153 megachurches from the Faith Communities Today project conducted between 1999-2000 at Hartford Institute for Religion Research with Scott Thumma as the Primary investigator.

Dr. John Vaughan of the Megachurch Research Instituteassisted in the collection of the 2000 information about megachurches.  Additionally, The Leadership Network and its representative Dave Travis sponsored and supported the research project.

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Weekly Reading for my outstanding students

If you are interested in megachurches, you might find this 2007 book co-authored by Hartford Institute professor, Scott Thumma, interesting.

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