Comeback: Meeting Singles in Church

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Comeback: Meeting Singles in Church

 Meeting Singles in Church
Nowadays, singles looking for love are trying online dating, introductions through family and friends, the gym, work, airports and even their doctor’s waiting room.  People are constantly looking for creative ways to meet that special someone.

Before the Internet, speed dating and singles gatherings, attending Church was one of the best ways for a husband and wife to meet.  People worshipped God, brought him into their lives and in turn many unions occurred among his followers.  With more than 90 million singles in the United States alone, it’s not quantity as much as it could be quality that’s delaying people from finding that once-in-a-life-time connection. 

Bringing spirituality into your life has endless rewards.  Following are just a few of the reasons why Church may be the next “it” place for meeting a lifetime partner:

The Right Atmosphere:
Finding that special someone in the house where you worship could be a Godsend (no pun intended).  For starters, the atmosphere is usually more genuine because people are less likely to have ulterior motives when they’re standing on holy ground.  Meeting in God’s house also takes the guesswork out of whether or not you and your mate will have the same beliefs and values when it comes to raising children and taking care of a household.

Making New Friends:
If you are a regular churchgoer, it’s only a matter of time before you become familiar with people in your community who are attending the same Sunday sermon as you.  It’s not just the single eligible bachelor or bachelorette that could grab your attention, it’s the regulars that you encounter who get to know you as time passes on.  If you don’t see anyone who immediately catches your eye, remember that many couples who attend Church have single children or they can recommend single friends.  It’s more comfortable when you meet someone who comes through a trusted source. 

More than Sundays:
Sunday isn’t the only day when you have the opportunity to meet someone.  Religious affiliations all across the country host organized activities for single people during the week.  Most host single mixers, parties, and dances and there are usually support groups for widowed or divorced Christians as well.  Branch out by looking beyond Sunday to meet other singles.  If you’re unsure what’s being offered in your area, look in the weekly Church bulletins or give your local Parish a call.

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