There were nine key findings from the project:
1. Women drive most faith participation, with the exception of home churches or house churches.To read a more complete synopsis on the report click here.
2. Religious activities are typically missing single adults, especially those who have never been married.
3. Older adults also dominate faith involvement.
4. Regionally, Americans’ faith involvement falls along stereotypical lines.
5. Catholics are not particularly active beyond worship attendance, while evangelicals participate in many different forms of "group faith."
6. Attenders of larger churches involve themselves in the broadest spectrum of faith activities.
7. African-Americans represent a significant share of those involved in participatory faith.
8. Personal Bible reading is most common among small group attenders.
9. Many religiously active Americans lean toward conservative political views, though there is more diversity than expected – especially among house church attenders.