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Jim Smoke of Garden Grove Com munity Church in California: Singles have four basic needs. The first is a relational need. The business world has verified this by grouping singles together for different activities. Most singles are interested in building relationships with other singles. A second need is for social interaction. Any creative singles program, whether secular or spiritual, will offer a vari ety of social activities. A third need is often a spiritual one. We have found that many singles who have experi enced divorce tend to drift back to the church seeking spiritual answers and growth.
5. 6. Being a clinical psychologist, I tend to see everything in a psychological frame of reference. So, let's look at what some clergymen see SPs as needing. A Baptist minister in Texas suggests that the church can best serve SPs by: 1 . Providing channels for healthy singles relationships. 2. Reconsidering its attitude toward divorced persons. 3. Assisting the formerly married to find friendships that will offer spiritual nurture. 4. Recognizing various levels of personal and spiritual development among singles.
S ingle people are lonely in a couple-oriented society. Traditionally, churches don' t know what to do with singles . . The person who needs help comes away feel ing like an outcast and often leave the church a ltogether. " To supplement the Sunday services, Chen conducts a monthly seminar in which the congregation discusses problems common to singles and has organized a pastoral counseling team whose ten members have been trained " to listen, to have empathy a nd to offer friendship. " I nevitably, some prospective 38 A Meeting Place members regard the church as some sort of sanctified dating bureau.
A pew for one, please: The church and the single person by William Lyon