Tag: needs and issues

  • Age and single Christians

    Single adult Christians experience major changes at church  at the ages of 30, 45 and 60. After testing different age points, it became statistically clear that these are the change points for single Christians in their expectations and experience of their faith and ...

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  • Gender differences by age

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  • Christians on being single

    Single people value their independence and freedom to make their own choices when possible. The third most strongly held response was in not valuing a more peaceful home. However, single people don't have more time than those married. One reason is that everything has ...

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  • Single Christians and church leaders

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  • What personal attributes do great leaders have?

    Single people want their church leaders to be encouraging, understanding and accepting. They look to them for advice and guidance on living as a single Christian and to create an environment that gives them a strong sense of belonging. We analysed the positive words specifically ...

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  • Great leaders

    Our survey respondents highlighted how church leaders or workers have supported single Christians, from including them in talks and sermons to organising social events and offering practical help. Here is the list of top things that leaders do to promote a single-friendly church. ...

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  • Our mission and history

    We didn't mean to start a campaign towards a single friendly church. But, when Christian Connection founder Jackie Elton conducted a survey among single Christians about their experiences of church, she received more than 3,000 responses. The results showed that the church needed ...

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  • Addressing a Deanery Synod

    On 25 November 2015 Dr David Pullinger, Director Single Christians, was invited to address a meeting of the Amersham Deanery Synod.  Here are 10 points made in the presentation and in response to the questions asked at the end.

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