Be social: local groups and events

Social activities are a great way of engaging with people and exploring your faith with others who are like-minded. There are many events and organisations around the UK for single Christians – from informal meetups and cultural outings to walking groups and holidays. Most are inter-denominational and cover a wide age range. Whatever your interest, you will find a warm welcome and friendly atmosphere.

Below you will find a list of events and organisations for single Christians around the UK. We also provide advice on setting up a group of your own.


Events for single Christians

Events are great for socialising, sharing common interests and trying something new.  We've gathered news on up-and-coming events around the country, plus information about Christian holidays, groups and activities.

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Local groups for single Christians

Joining a group can be a rewarding way for single Christians to forge new friendships and relationships. There’s a wide variety of groups and organisations around the UK offering activities to suit different interests and age groups, from informal dinners and games evenings to day trips and cultural outings. Take a look and see how you can grow your social network.

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Christian Connection Meetups

Christian Connection offer a 'Meetups' service that allows members to plan, promote and host events for other Christian Connection members. Meetups are a great way to find like-minded single Christians to do things with, plus they're free to attend! Past events have included walks, evening meals and pub lunches, bowling trips and social drinks.

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Why not start your own local group?

If there are no groups in your area for single Christians, it’s worth considering starting one of your own.  This is not as hard, or as daunting, as you might imagine. You just have to be clear about what you want to achieve. Here we guide you through the various options.

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Organise a meetup after church

Do you experience a sinking feeling as you go home alone from a church service? You are not the only one. A popular way of avoiding this is to get together with other church members for a meal or drink after the service – you need to eat, so why not do it with others?

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