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SC Social Night - June Edition | Sacred Companion SG
SC Social Night - June Edition | Sacred Companion SG

Sat, 22 Jun

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Singapore

SC Social Night - June Edition | Sacred Companion SG

Ever find yourself attending singles events, but still feeling like you're missing out on connecting with the right person? It's time to uncover the mystery. Are we overlooking certain admirable traits in our search for a partner?

Time & Location

22 Jun 2024, 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Singapore, 5 Poh Huat Rd, Singapore 546703

About the Event

Ever find yourself attending singles events, but still feeling like you're missing out on connecting with the right person? It's time to uncover the mystery. Are we overlooking certain admirable traits in our search for a partner? What if what we're seeking is right before our eyes, but portrayed differently by the opposite gender? 

Join us for a candid discussion where both men and women share their perspectives. Let's challenge our assumptions, explore the nuances of attraction, and discover if the missing piece to our puzzle is closer than we realize. Don't miss this opportunity to gain insight and encouragement from each other :)

Date: 22 June 2024 (Sat) 

Time: 5pm - 9pm 

Location: 5 Poh Huat Road (Kovan) 

Cost: $20 (Early bird: $16 if you register by 31 May 2024)

Dinner will be provided. 

Program:

5.00pm - Ice breaker

5.15pm - Worship 

5.30pm - Love Recipe [Part 1]: Ingredients for Your Dream Partner

6.00pm - Unveiling Perspectives [Part 2]: Insight from the Source

6.30pm - Hidden in Plain Sight [Part 3]: Exploring Overlooked Ingredients\

7.00pm - Dinner Discussion

  • What were some surprising or unexpected traits listed by the opposite gender group?
  • Did you notice any differences in how certain traits were portrayed or expressed by the opposite gender?
  • Do you believe in the concept of opposites attracting, or do you think it's more important for partners to have similar values and goals?

8.00pm - Scriptural Encouragement (to answer the questions listed below)

  • Why should I try to understand the other gender's point of view? Shouldn't they just understand and adjust to what I like if they truly care about me?
  • Why do I need to spend extra time having a civil conversation with the opposite gender if I can just rebuke them for their shortcomings and move on?
  • How can we overlook someone's flaws and see the good in them?
  • Why is it important to speak positively about someone who may have hurt me instead of warning others if they're not right for me? And can experiences that didn't work out be a part of our sanctification journey?

8.30pm - Sharing

9.00pm - End

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