Christian single dating groups
’ Most Christians in the UK belong to small churches, often without much contact with other congregations, so meeting like-minded singles can sometimes seem like a fantasy.
However, there are ways to expand your Christian social circle.
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.
For get-togethers with believers in your area, there’s a growing network of established and well-run social groups around the country.
If you have a church social event coming up, ask your leaders if you can send invitations to neighbouring churches.
Or arrange one – sort out drinks, nibbles and some light music, and invite other local congregations.
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.
Whether you’re outgoing and adventurous, or shy and quiet, there’s something for you.