In 2014, a Pew survey found that almost 60 percent of older millennials go to church once annually or less, meaning religious buildings are more vulnerable to condoification than ever.
Some people are not to happy about this.
Church property in Cities are becoming very valuable much coveted real estate.
And there is a lot of incentive to convert tax free property into tax generating property.
In Newport Beach California, at the mouth of Lido Island, a wonderful church has been sold to a developer and the parishioners are very unhappy about it.
Calvary Chapel of Costa Mesa California, located in Santa Ana California, sits on ten acres of very valuable real estate.
Wonder what pressures are at play when it comes to all of this valuable untaxed real estate?
A very old church in Orange California has been converted into an "Avilas" Mexican food restaurant.
What happens to churches whose religious residents have left?
Often, they become a bit more secular.
And at other times they just decay and deteriorate into rubble.