CHURCHGOERS have flocked to Easter Sunday services, with the tough economic times being cited for a boost in numbers.

A spokesman for the Sydney Diocese of the Anglican Church, Russell Powell, said more people had walked through the church's doors than previous years.

The economic downturn may be responsible, he said.

“At all of our churches we've had more people this year,” he said.



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