"U.S. Ambassador James P. Cain said that he and his family wanted to go to church shortly after they arrived in Denmark in the summer of 2005. But when they turned up for a scheduled Sunday service at a Danish Lutheran church, they found the door chained and padlocked. The next week, he said, they tried a different Lutheran church, where the entire attendance at the service was nine people -- his family and bodyguards, plus two Danes."
So it's another good news story! The story is a confirmation of the ongoing and massive decline in organised religion in Northern Europe, that the minority of thriving churches are often based around groups of recent immigrants, and that there are no social problems arising out of the decline of Christianity - we can easily live without it. The story tries to spin the immigrant congregations as a sign of some kind of revival.
But, when are people looking into the concept of community cohesion going accept evidence, such as the situation in the most advanced nations on Earth, that stable communities and rising quality of life do NOT need the input of faith groups or need the so-called "social capital" of faith adherents?