On the 4th Friday night of each month (January – October) 4 events one night called night on the town. Email address is nightonthetown2002@yahoo.com for direct questions

In 2016 we averaged 27 individuals from 13 different churches on the average 4th Friday night.

Our Goal is to help small and midsize churches to be Multi-generational. Singles feel they must leave their small to midsize churches to find conversations in mega-churches. The majority of churches have one person represented from their congregation on 4th Friday events.

Matthew 28:18-20

18 Then Jesus came near and said to them, “All authority has been given to Me in heaven and on earth. 19 Go, therefore, and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, 20 teaching them to observe everything I have commanded you. And remember, I am with you always, to the end of the age.”

 Acts 1:8

8 "But you will receive power when the Holy Spirit has come on you, and you will be My witnesses in Jerusalem, in all Judea and Samaria, and to the ends of the earth."

Night on the town on the 4th Friday in Matthew 28:19 The command is to “Go, therefore and make disciples.” To make a disciple you 1st must have conversation with someone. Any single can invite a friend to night on the town and have a conversation. Our third Rule is we respect an individual membership in their church and doctrinal beliefs at all times. A single person from a church can invite a friend to develop a friendship without the fear that someone else going to invite them to their church.  In Acts 1:8 Jerusalem is our local community of believers and Judea is our neighboring communities of believers. At night on the town events you are meeting believers from your neighboring community of believers which represents Judea.


 For those who need more directions from a starting place to a night on the town event we suggest using Google Maps https://maps.google.com/

All events look for green and white table top sign saying Night on the town. At all these events on the 4th Friday you can just walk in without calling ahead.We have voicemail to answer any questions 919-790-1191. You do not have to have a computer simply call to find out our current events




This is our 50+ Christian Singles event with food and conversation.

Panera Bread Company 8511 Colonnade Center Drive Raleigh NC

Time is 7 pm to 9 pm in Strickland Road area of Raleigh.

Singles of all ages are welcome at this event.

 Panera Bread: 4421 Six Forks Rd, Raleigh NC.

This is in the North Hills Area just off of US 440

Conversation and dinner 7 pm to 10 pm.

Eating 7 pm to 8:30 pm

Games 8:30 to 10 pm 


Appetizers and Conversation.

Applebees's: 501 East Six Forks Rd, Raleigh.

Start time 11 pm to 1 am

This is the corner of East Six Forks Road and Wake Forest Road just off of US 440

What does it cost?
Whatever the cost of your meal or other expense. Night on the Town does not charge for setting up the gathering.

How many people come to Night on the Town?
Our attendance ranges from 16 to 24 per event. 

Can children come?
While most of our attendees do not have young children, we do allow them.

Can I bring a date to Night on the Town?
Yes, by all means, we welcome anyone who is single, whether they are dating or engaged.

What can I expect when I get to your event?
We will introduce ourselves and then ask you to fill-out a sign up sheet, giving us a little information about yourself. Don't worry, this is for our leadership eyes only and would never be sold or given away. This is our only requirement we need a name and contact information, can be a telephone number, email or 1 of 3 meetup groups we advertise with.  

Are there any rules or guidelines I need to be aware of? 
Yes, due to our desire to keep it safe, Christ focused and respectful of those attending we ask that you:

  1. Do not use alcohol.
  2. If you meet someone you wish to ask for a date, we ask that you ask him or her outside* of a "Night on the Town" event. 
  3. We respect an individual’s membership in their church and doctrinal beliefs at all times.  

*We implemented the rule "no asking out at the event" because we know how hard it can be when you come to an event alone. The last thing you need is for someone to hit on you when you've come to make some new friends. Now while, we also know single adults do want to meet and date, we feel that Night on the Town (as well as all of our events) should be a safe place to connect. So, if you are interested in someone, it is best to find out more about them, build a friendship and attending another event to reconnect with them. Most of our membership is on our meetup group. There is a list of events that will be emailed to you when you join our meetup group.