What we're about

Auckland Christian Singles is here to help fill the much-overlooked gap in life, society and our churches of “how do 30+ singles and single again straight Christian people connect with others who find themselves in the same place in life?”

It can be an agony when it comes time to find the right friends or a partner in your life especially if you are a devoted Christian. Trust me, we know! This meetup is intended for Christians to find friends for life and possibly much more as you have a great time mixing and mingling. When you view our events, realise that when you go “You” open yourself to new worlds of possibilities. It’s not just the people who attend, 80% of life is showing up, there’s so much involved in relationship dynamics, such as through new people we meet new people. We aim for a nexus of 4 to 6 persons minimum for small events like coffees & 10+ for larger events such as dinners. Some attendees might not be your cup of tea....don’t let that faze you, as that’s just how it is at say church, a wedding or an event too . .don’t be reticent in coming forward. We’re not peddling the disappointments of the likes of Tinder, this is mixing and mingling. You can also contact people directly on the site or via our discussion aspect organise to get together with a few people on the site in your area. We plan to have different activities often.

Our hopes to add to your hope & to make this Meetup fun, safe & enjoyable. Most importantly we want to create a meetup where singles can just be themselves, make friends, hopefully long-life friends and who knows maybe meet a significant other. If youve not visited our Facebook page which leads to the Meetup site go have a look.


Here’s a link to a good, independent write up on the group ....ps - this website is being upgraded.


We remove people who don’t show a photo or their church affiliation so, just in case we miss the occasional one, we seriously suggest you have "no" contact with members not showing photos or declaring their church affiliation for your own safety. Those who sign up to events but do no shows risk removal from the group. Good people & friends show respect. There is an adequate facility in the rsvp to remove oneself if your circumstances change and you can’t make it. God Bless you all!

Ps. If after belonging and attending for at least a few months you’d like to become an event coordinator please be in touch.

Ian & the team.

Upcoming events (3)

Regatta- Takapuna, coffee, wine, whatever quenches that conversation thirst 👌😋

Remember we’re all thirsty for friendships, friendships that make a difference in our lives.

Maybe you’ve got time out from the kids, maybe you don’t have kids. Maybe you’d just like a wine or coffee with like minded mature Christian people.
Don’t make this a maybe day. Make it a yep, this can be an I’m moving fwd day.

We look fwd to seeing you...& the conversations. ..allow 10 minutes to get a park.

Ian & the ACS team 🕺👋💃

Dinner @ Anokha Indian restaurant, Milford

Needs a location

There’s nothing like a good value dinner with friends, new & old.

We’ve been here before and Anokha did not disappoint.

Looking fwd to meeting you & seeing you there,

Ian & the team

Covid, you & events currently

Needs a location

We still have big issues in NZ with Covid.

No matter one’s thoughts on the subject, the above figures from John Hopkins University show the nz stats from 2020 until March this year. 63 deaths, or 2.6 per month - whether from or with the virus is not determined as are the deaths since March, a further 1300 or at the mid June point = 430 per month, 160+ times the previous months in the 2 years previously all in just these recent 3 months since March. The easiest way to explain the difference is for the 2 years prior to March 2022 we lost 1 person every 15 days. Since then we are loosing 15 people a day! Schools appear super spreaders, when we are being told every thing is so fine that virtually all restrictions are lifted which things, they’re not fine & hence why our stats are through the roof.

Again, deaths are neither determined with or from the virus with a trajectory heading towards 5000+ to 10,000 in the year from March 2022, 10 to 15+ times that of the annual flu or 165 to 300 times pa more than in the 2 years to March 2022. It’s also very apparent the vast majority of cases are not being reported. The MOH I understand their figures are based in just 1/3 of cases being reported. Personally of the 30 cases I’ve known of since this March just 1 was reported & that person had been a medical Professional.

One measure that’s relative to measuring what’s going on is the number of persons hospitalised. At its peak it was around 700. Recently it’s about 1/2 of that & yet the death rate is through the roof.

So for now in the general interests of safety events will be severely limited until the nation gets a better understanding as to what is really happening.

Ian & the team @ ACS.


Past events (272)

Coffee - Coffee - Coffee

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