More about you

BEFORE YOU GO……

Thank you for completing our form to discover how many Christian members we have living close to you. We are EXCITED about getting in touch with you and telling you about the lovely people we can introduce you to.

However, if you expected an answer on this page, then you possibly have not fully grasped that we offer our service 100% OFF LINE – and in a personal 1:1 way. This means that we ARE going to tell you if we have members living close to you – but we want to do it in person, alongside discussing what ‘close to you‘ means for you (as it is different for every person).

Also, our numbers change on a daily basis and we do not want to give you information that is not up to date and accurate.   So bear with us whilst a member of our team prepares to contact you.  They already have some of the information we need (like your nearest TOWN) and your phone number BUT it would really help them to give you the best information if you would give us a few more details about you as requested below:

 

 

 

Thank you for giving us this information. One of our team will be in touch very shortly by telephone if you have given us your number.
We will also send you an email. Please check your spam email folder if you haven’t immediately received an email from us as there is one from us waiting for you!



“This is to confirm that due to your service I have finally been lucky in finding a lady with whom I shall be more than please to spend my life […]

(Barry, Retired)

“This is a message from two former members to let you know that we are know engaged. We hope to marry on 23rd April this year. Thank you again for […]

(Robert and Rose, Parcel courier and civil servant)

“I have a lovely relationship with a lady I’ve met through friendsfirst and we are engaged to be married in 3 months time. Thank you very much for your great service […]

(Godfrey, Office worker)

“I write on behalf of Sue and myself to ask you to remove our names from the lists of profiles that you are due to send out soon. I am […]

(Ian , Clergyman)