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Christian Connection makes it easy to break the ice.If you see someone you like, simply "wave" at them.For centuries, the church has seen single men and women join monastic orders or convents and devote themselves to God and to service.I recently discussed this with an Episcopal priest who spent years in a monastic community. I can say from my experience as a single woman in church (again, mostly evangelical branches) that there is much stigma around singleness.
Who will unsuspiciously let her go to the Lord’s Supper, that feast upon which they heap such calumnies?The first girl stopped dead in the middle of the sidewalk and exclaimed, “You mean you don’t have a man?” It took everything in me not to burst out laughing — largely because, as most of us realize when we get older, having a partner often complicates, rather than simplifies your life.But — and I’m not sure where or how I learned to think this way — even as a young girl, I distinctly remember praying that I would never end up like her. Not because she was a spiritual powerhouse who was doing amazing work among the young girls of a developing country. Flash forward a couple of decades to the present day.
I was babysitting a family of outrageously adorable children and as we walked to the park, one of the girls asked me if I had a little girl of my own. The other sister asked if I was married and I admitted I wasn’t.Christian Connection runs regular events where you can meet other single Christians in a fun, relaxed environment.