One of the local churches does "cafeteria style" Bible study. They offer a variety of menus and times, so to speak, and encourage folks to PICK ONE, not try to do them all. Families with gradeschool and younger kids usually stick to Sunday School since the kiddoes bedtimes make weeknights hard. Seniors stick to SS also, since for many of them driving at night is a problem. Teens are always up for someplace to go, but do have homework, so they usually come to the offerings on Sunday night. There are daytime midweek Bible studies that work better for sahm's and sahd's, for some seniors, and for those who have to work on Sundays. There are pm midweek Bible studies for those that can't or don't want to come to SS but have to work days during the week. It seems to be working much better than trying to get everyone in the building at the same time. It also allows them to tailor the Bible study to the age and group need. Does your church do anything like this?