Let’s be honest about not being married. It is difficult being a “single” Christ-follower in our culture. Messages from everywhere tell us to behave in ways that are opposite of what the Bible teaches. And, added to that, singles often feel out of place in “couples-oriented” churches. It takes a lot of courage to just visit a church by yourself, let alone find a way to get connected! But being involved in a church is a great way to make meaningful, lasting friendships with some pretty awesome people. Godly people are found where God is worshipped. It is much more enjoyable to travel our journey with great Christian friends at our sides.
Our church recognizes the need to support a singles ministry at MBC. We desire for people of all ages, married or single, to be involved in worship and service together. One family serving the one God.
What do we offer? We have a young adult singles ministry, one geared for adults a bit older; a divorce recovery group for those going through that painful journey; and a support group for single parents. We recognize single adults come in all “shapes”: never married, divorced, widowed, and single parents. You are welcome here.
Our Solo Parent Care Group meets on the first Sunday morning of each month in the Family Life Center, #137, at 9:45 a.m. We also have a community group for Solo Parents that meets on Sunday evenings.
Whatever your age or situation, we want to be friends with you … to know you … to serve with you.
For more information, contact Trudy Hoffsommer, Director of Single Adult/Young Adult Ministries at email@example.com.
Metropolitan Baptist Church is at the corner of N Rockwell Avenue and W Britton Road. You will find parking on both the east and west sides of the main building. The main entrance is on the east side. If you are not a member, visitor parking is available near the main entrance.