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November 16, 1991 | Associated Press
Average weekly attendance at U.S. worship services has risen from 100 million to 107 million in the 12 months since a national "Invite a Friend" program was launched by Religion in American Life, the group says. Nicholas B. van Dyck, president of RIAL, said the figure represented projections of findings in Gallup polls showing weekly attendance up to 43% of the population, from 40%.
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November 16, 1991 | Associated Press
Average weekly attendance at U.S. worship services has risen from 100 million to 107 million in the 12 months since a national "Invite a Friend" program was launched by Religion in American Life, the group says. Nicholas B. van Dyck, president of RIAL, said the figure represented projections of findings in Gallup polls showing weekly attendance up to 43% of the population, from 40%.
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April 14, 1990 | From From Religious News Service
A multimedia advertising campaign that will use humor to try to motivate people to invite friends to their churches or synagogues has been started by Religion in American Life and the Advertising Council. Since 1949, the two organizations have worked together on public service campaigns using voluntary ad agencies to design messages on the role of faith in society.
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April 14, 1990 | From From Religious News Service
A multimedia advertising campaign that will use humor to try to motivate people to invite friends to their churches or synagogues has been started by Religion in American Life and the Advertising Council. Since 1949, the two organizations have worked together on public service campaigns using voluntary ad agencies to design messages on the role of faith in society.
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