Once you complete your initial registration details, you will receive an email back asking you to confirm that you wish to join our site. You will need to click on the link in the email.
When that is done an email is sent to our site administrator, who will will approve your membership (or not). When your membership is approved you will receive an email advising that you can now log in.
If at a later stage it is found that your IP address is not from New Zealand, it is likely your application will be then rejected, unless you make prior arrangements with the administrator by sending an email to
to explain why you wish to join Christian Singles.
Please respect that our administrators are not in front of their computer 24x7, so please allow up to 24 hours for your membership approval.
Once your membership is approved and you can login, you must set up your profile before you can see any other member profiles. You can then search for other CFF members. When you are logged in you can see a whole lot more than non members are able to see.
Please be honest in writing your profile, as we are sure you will realise, if you are not, you will be found out.
We have the right to ban any user for misuse of www.christiansingles.net.nz
No correspondence will be entered into.
Username: Sunflower Age: 28 Marital Status: Single (never been married).
Gender: Female Looking for: Male
Here for: Friends, Dating, Relationship Occupation: Teacher
Region: Canterbury Nationality/Ethnic Group: NZ/European
Church Denomination: Baptist Christian Faith: It is my life
Church Involvement: Involved in church activities
About me: I love my job as a teacher. I enjoy singing and am part of the church worship team. I also enjoy crafts, theatre, travel, animals and chocolate (not necessarily in that order!)
I enjoy a good laugh. I'm warm, friendly, creative, enjoy socialising and like to think I’m caring - after all I love my cat!
I hope to find someone interesting who enjoys laughter and is good with communication.
Send a message Send a wink
Username: Bobthebuilder Age: 52 Marital Status: Divorced.
Gender: Male Looking for: Female
Here for: Friends, Relationship Occupation: Builder
Region: Auckland Nationality/Ethnic Group: NZ/Dutch
Church Denomination: Anglican Christian Faith: It has a place
Church Involvement: Attend regularly
About me: I enjoy helping others with practical projects. I am Interested in reading, gardening, travel, walking and classic cars. Friends tell me I am warm, cheerful, loyal and a good listener. I hope to meet someone with varied interests who is understanding and friendly.
Send a message Send a wink
Contact anyone you would like to offer friendship by sending an email message (anonymous) or maybe break the ice by sending a wink.
We offer a Free Trial Membership for seven days.
After the Free Trial the options to continue as a Full Member are:
$20 for two months
$40 for six months
Free Trial membership covers:
- Access to search profiles of all men and women members.
- Sending and receiving messages (Trial membership limit of three messages per day)
- Registration fee, with your profile included
- Social Group programme (where applicable)
NB. At the moment most of the social groups are 'on hold' until new people volunteer to co-ordinate some activities. There have been occasional events in Auckland. Meeting up with others in a small group situation is a great way to widen your network of single Christian friends.
CFF started in the UK where many social activities and holiday tours offer Christian friendship for single Christians. A couple who met through CFF(UK) started CFF in New Zealand in 1983. We joined CFF after finding it difficult to meet other Christian singles in our churches.
As a guideline it is recommended that separated people wait at least two years after their separation before joining CFF. It is important that those who are divorced, widowed or separated have worked through any issues involved. Membership of CFF(NZ) is restricted to Christian Singles within New Zealand.
CFF RULES AND PRINCIPLES
The success of CFF(NZ) is based on some established rules and principles. We look forward to helping you widen your circle of Christian friends.
Messages from other CFF members must be acknowledged even if you do not want to begin a contact. e.g. "Thanks for your message, I hope you make some good friends through CFF. I prefer at this stage not to keep in touch." A negative reply is better than no reply at all!
Always be courteous and kind, especially if you decide to end contact. Jesus said; "This is my commandment that you love one another as I have loved you" (John 15:12). As Christians may we practice this in our relationships, especially with other CFF friends.
In the event of any undesirable behaviour please report to us immediately. Email us at
If you feel uncomfortable with approaches from another member or wish to make a complaint (or accolade) please email us and supply us with as much information as you can about the incident.
If you have any problem with any aspect of CFF please let us know - not everyone else! Please be specific if you have any complaints. Again please email us at
Be cautious in all your initial dealings with other members. It is always best to meet on neutral ground for the first time.
If you have an idea that may help enhance our site, please let us know. We can not guarantee how it will be actioned, but we will get back to you.
HINTS FOR MAKING CONTACT
Keep it simple. It is really an offer of friendship. It is not wise to spill your heart on a first contact.
Seek friendships also beyond your region. Members can limit themselves if they are not prepared to go outside their area. Norma was in Auckland and David in Hamilton when we first made contact.
Do not be discouraged if your hopes are unfulfilled. Persevere and reach out in another direction. Be realistic in your expectations - do not expect everyone to be super-spiritual, stunningly beautiful/handsome or fabulously rich and successful. Be prepared to be a friend to someone. (We were members for some time - David 15 months and Norma over two years before we even made contact). Be patient, keep contacting members and pray that God’s will may be done in your life. Perseverance often pays off in the end.
All information is accepted in good faith as being true, but it is not possible to guarantee personal integrity. So step cautiously, always ensuring that your prospective friends are all they claim to be. Make sure too that you are worthy of their friendship. Balance trust with discretion until gradually you come to know one another really well.