Presentations Feb. 24, 2014

The Internet and Religion: The Great Disruption

How Americans use digital technology and their implications for religious institutions.

Report Jan. 7, 2003

Holidays Online 2002

More than three-quarters of Internet users went online this season for some kind of holiday activity. For many email was vital for planning gatherings or sending greetings. Online holiday shopping was up slightly from the previous year.

Report Dec. 23, 2001

CyberFaith: How Americans Pursue Religion Online

One in four Internet users has gotten religious or spiritual information online at one point or another. The September 11 terror attacks compelled millions of Internet users to turn to religious issues and concerns online. The most popular online religious activities are solitary ones, such as hunting for general spiritual information online.

Report Dec. 31, 2000

The Holidays Online 2000

Americans take advantage of the Internet while executing their holiday plans—from online shopping, and sending of e-greetings, to travel, party and event planning.

Report Dec. 20, 2000

Wired Churches, Wired Temples

Featuring the results of a 1,300 congregation online survey, this report details how churches, temples and other places of religious congregation use the Internet to extend their mission and help the spiritual and everyday life of their members.