God has a significant place and purpose for each person.
Maybe you're a single parent, struggling to connect with others. Maybe you have fought a lifelong sense of loneliness. Maybe you are searching for people who understand where you’re at in life. Maybe you're just looking for a great group of friends who will encourage you in your walk.
We want to be that place for you, making sure you feel safe and at home.
Our program includes classes on Sunday mornings, service opportunities, seminars, and support groups. We also have fun events, many of which are kid-friendly for single parents, to give you a chance to meet people.
Join us for Bible study Sunday mornings. Singles 2, led by Ann Lewis and Bob Chandler, meets at 9:30AM in room 110 in the Education Center and Singles 3, led by Mark Hey, meets at 11:00AM in room 110 in the Education Center.
Single and Parenting Class, led by Joy Loflin, Nancy Fowler, and Angela Atkinson, meets Sunday mornings at 11:00AM in room 204 in the Education Center.
Relationships and Purpose
The relationship we're the most concerned with is Jesus Christ. Growing closer to Him is our main desire. Then, we turn to our friendships with each other; they affect us for a lifetime. We want to encourage you in a single lifestyle that builds you up and creates these kinds of significant friendships. Being a place where both men and women can safely do these two things, while honoring each other, is the end result.
Together, we'll see how God has a place and a purpose for us in this world, and what we can do to give back..
Connections Bible Study
When: Thursdays | 7:00 - 8:30 PM
Where: Room 306 in the Abington Center
Join singles of all ages for a casual and friendly time of fellowship and worship every Thursday. Sit down for a delicious meal at 7 p.m., and follow it up with great Bible teaching led by Chuck Davis, our Singles Pastor.