Spiritual singles dating

We’re a free online dating site that specialises in helping people of all beliefs find meaningful, long-lasting relationships.

With the help of our unique Relationship Questionnaire, e Harmony makes it easy to meet like-minded spiritual singles in the UK that are compatible with you on a deeper level.

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Churches that abuse promote extra-biblical rules and standards and equate them as doctrine or at least as coming from God, with your salvation or spirituality in jeopardy if they aren’t followed.

Trivial matters are brought to attention such as the way one dressed or styles his/her hair, the music one listens to, the clothes one wears, etc.

For example, leaders in the Independent Fundamental Baptist Denomination would frequently communicate the need for us to consult with them (or your discipler) before making decisions especially major decisions.

Leadership brings guilt on members for going on vacation especially of that person hasn’t paid the correct amount of tithe.

Our matches are based on 29 dimensions of compatibility, so you’ll be one step closer to finding that special someone.

At e Harmony, we know that finding spiritual singles who share your views and beliefs, in London and the rest of the UK, can be challenging.That’s why we take the time to really get to know you and find out what you’re looking for in a partner.We’ll help you meet singles who are looking to follow the same spiritual path as you and who share your core values – those really important things that will help your relationship withstand the journey ahead.In my church, If someone wasn’t living up to the standards set forth by the Independent Fundamental Baptist Denomination they were considered rebellious and we were not to have any associations with them.One of the rules was that dying one’s hair is considered worldly and therefore a sin.The trouble with spiritual abuse is that the perpetrator often has been deceived him/herself into thinking that they are helping when in actuality they are doing more harm than good.