Churches in Finland experience an exodus of membership


The Lutheran Church in Finland is losing around a thousand members a week, as people opt out of a church tax.

But it seems the exodus is not just about saving money. Finnish society is rapidly becoming more secular and questioning the moral teachings of the Church, especially about homosexuality.

The BBC's Robert Pigott reports.

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