The Merge gathers on the last Saturday of every month. The nights include ice breakers, a potluck dinner, a short Christian service, dancing and table games.
Prime Time is an Angola-based gathering of young adult Christians, geared generally for singles in their 20s and 30s. And what if you are single?
With dozens of churches of every denomination across the four-county area, Christians, married or single, may readily tap into services, classes, Bible studies and Christ-centered get-togethers of all kinds, should they so choose. But narrow the field down to events that intend to mix believing, unmarried members of the opposite sex and the opportunities become substantially less plethoric. The group started as primarily activities-oriented, with some discussion of God, but has over time swapped those priorities. Activities through the year include Mad Ants and Tin Caps games, camping, concerts, mission trips, boating and swimming.
Prime Time meets Monday nights at 7 p. The location varies, so Cain suggested contacting him at mcainosu hotmail. Youth pastor Dane Kruse concurred. The group meets Sunday nights at 7 p.
He noted that a lot of Fort Wayne-area pastors are taking notice of this ministerial need and, as a result, several cross-denominational, young-adult centered groups will be starting in the next several months. The group of about 15 or 20 young people meets at a. Contact the church office for more details.
A singles group known as The Merge meets the last Saturday of every month, generally on the north side of Fort Wayne. Instead, Munce said, The Merge provides singles with a Christian community.
A typical night with The Merge begins with icebreakers and includes a potluck dinner, dancing, card and board games and a short Christian service. Church-supported singles ministries tend to burn out pretty quickly, Munce said, for a variety of reasons: they cost too much, the leaders get tired, the members move on or, predictably, get married.
To avoid those problems, The Merge supports itself through donations and event cover charges. It also rotates its leaders and draws singles from the entire Fort Wayne area. The events are intentionally wholesome, Munce said, as The Merge tries to provide a casual and safe venue for people to socialize.
The Merge will host its next event Feb. Typically, between 35 and people show up, Munce said. The majority of Merge patrons are plus, but Munce said they are currently working to attract a younger crowd, as well.
This one, like The Merge, is geared mainly toward middle-aged people, although young people are welcome. Auburn resident Christie Soaper organizes the group, which meets the second Saturday of every month from to p.
The Cupbearer Cafe group, which has been meeting for about a year, gathers specifically for the purpose of matchmaking. The participants play games, talk and listen to live music. The event requires no cover charge, and the Cupbearer has a place for children to play, Soaper said. She encouraged single mothers and fathers to bring them along. So far, the group has started off slowly, Soaper said, but she hopes that, over time, the group will attract more singles.
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