While the truly faithful members of a church attend weekly or as often as their schedules allow, there are certain days in which attendance peaks higher.
Church members invite friends and family on these days. Others members who don’t attend regularly feel “called” to attend on these days special days due to their significance.
The three days in which churches around the country are most full, according to the Christian Post are: Easter, Christmas Eve, and Mother’s day.
The surprising day on the list is Mother’s day. It does not have a deep religious meaning attached to it, but studies show that moms have a deep desire to have their family members with them at church and no child can deny their mother on her special day.
Can you think of any other days in which people attend church more?