Minnesota churchgoers are flocking to nondenominational congregations while membership is falling in Catholic and mainline Protestant churches, according to a religious census of the United States released Tuesday.

For the first time, the ten-year review by the Association of Statisticians of American Religious Bodies attempted to count membership in nondenominational churches, and Minnesota numbers echoed the national picture.

While the Catholic Church and the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America still rank as the two largest denominations in Minnesota, they are losing ground to nondenominational churches and other Evangelical Protestant congregations.

Find out more about the study and see what’s happening nationwide and in Minnesota here.