The same way it would be for any ministry in your church that may meet someone’s emotional and physical needs first. I lead the largest single adult leadership ministry in the country.My website has a ton of great resources to help you get started and keep going.Staring a single adult ministry is easy, it’s keeping it going that is tough.
After several years of serving on various single’s ministry leadership teams as well as starting my own, God called me to help others do the same.
Specifically to help reach the church, the pastors and staff; to educate and provide resources so that ALL churches would know how to reach singles.
It’s up to you as a church, as a pastor to get them connected to the whole body of Christ.
It’s up to you to get to know and build a relationship with them.
Single adults range from the 18 year old that still lives at home to the 29 year old single parent who has never been married to the divorced dad with grown kids to the 58 never married now taking care of their mom to the 68 widower who lives alone. 1) Look at your existing membership/attendance rolls and see who is not married.