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The reuse of old chapels by new congregations is common: former Congregational chapels at East Dean and Kirdford are now in use by Evangelical groups, as is the 18th-century Zoar Strict Baptist Chapel at Wisborough Green and the former Society of Dependants' (Cokelers') meeting room in Loxwood, the historic centre of that tiny sect. The former chapel of Graylingwell Hospital in Chichester stood empty until 2010, when a newly formed Anglican church moved in. At Chithurst, an old mansion was converted into the Cittaviveka Buddhist Monastery.
According to the United Kingdom Census 2001, 106,450 people lived in Chichester district. Of these, 77.28% identified themselves as Christian, 0.29% were Buddhist, 0.26% were Muslim, 0.17% were Jewish, 0.09% were Hindu, 0.02% were Sikh, 0.46% followed another religion, 14.24% claimed no religious affiliation and 7.2% did not state their religion. The proportion of Christians was much higher than the 71.74% in England as a whole, other religions not listed in the Census were also followed by more people than average, and the proportion of Buddhists was slightly higher than in England overall (0.29% against 0.28%). The proportion of people with no religious affiliation was lower than the national figure of 14.59%, and adherents of Islam, Hinduism, Judaism and Sikhism were much less prevalent in the district than in England overall: in 2001, 3.1% of people in England were Muslim, 1.11% were Hindu, 0.67% were Sikh and 0.52% were Jewish.