You could also start a church film club, book club or sports team, and invite other churches to join or play matches.It’s good to mingle and exchange experiences with other believers.Two married couples in my own church met at Christian Connection speed dating events!
Whether you’re outgoing and adventurous, or shy and quiet, there’s something for you.
So make 2015 the year you stop seeing the same few faces every week, and start a whole new social life… But there’s no quicker way to expand your horizons than to upload a profile and start browsing.
And who doesn’t know at least one married couple who met on an Oakhall (aka ‘Bloke Hall’! There are a number of events organisers and holiday companies on whose excursions you’ll meet people from a variety of churches.
Some companies, such as Network Christians, run trips and outings specifically for singles.
Within minutes, you can be chatting to people you might never otherwise encounter, even if you live down the road from them.
Lots of people have met partners this way – check out the success stories at Christian Connection.During my years on the Christian singles scene, I boosted my social life with singles parties, speed dating, singles pub quizzes and lock-and-key parties.With a positive attitude and an outgoing approach, these events can be lots of fun, while bringing you into contact with other singles looking for love.’ ‘I meet girls at work and through friends, but never any that share my faith,’ said a guy online.‘There’s only one single lady at my church, and she’s nearly 80!As for meeting a nice partner – well, that would be the cherry on the cake!