This tweet sums up the Highlights of latest meeting of the Governing Body of the Church in Wales
There has been an increase in mid-week attendance with an extra 0.03% of the population who do not attend church on Sundays.
By contrast the average Sunday attendance by people over 18 continues to plummet. Down another 3% on 2016 figures to 27,359 representing 0.8% of the population of Wales. Attendance by those under 18 was down by 7%.
Baptisms were down by 10%, Confirmations down by a massive 36% and Weddings down by 8%.
Not regarded as sufficiently important to warrant an agenda item of its own despite concerns previously expressed the Membership and Finances Report 2017 was
He said he was "encouraged by two of its statistics: the increase in attendance at midweek services, which suggested that new kinds of Christian gathering were bearing fruit; and the gentle increase in young people aged under 17 – 'That mustn’t be a fitful figure, but a normal investment in young people to hear the good news,' he said."
If it doesn't bear fruit and quickly the future for the Church in Wales is grim.