The 2013 statistical totals for the Episcopal Church are now posted at the Research and Statistics site and the General Convention site.
The table, Episcopal Domestic Fast Facts Trends: 2009-2013 shows a -2.6% change 2012-2013 in average Sunday attendance (ASA), little different from the -2.7% change 2011-2012.
Median ASA across all domestic congregations was 61 in 2013. In 2009 the median 66 and has fallen or held steady each year since. 60% of congregations in 2013 had an ASA of 200 or less. This percentage has varied very little over the last five years.
Though pledge and plate grew 0.8 percent 2012-2013, the U.S. inflation rate was 1.5 percent in 2013.
The table Statistical Totals for the Episcopal Church by Province and Diocese: 2012-2013 reports on membership and average Sunday attendance. Most domestic dioceses experienced percentage declines in ASA similar to the national decline. The standouts among growing dioceses were Western North Carolina where ASA grew by 3%, an ASA change of 190 persons, and Hawaii where ASA grew by 3%, an ASA change of 94 persons. Among all other growing domestic dioceses either growth in ASA was less than 1.7% or ASA change was less than 164 persons.