Club Solo is an interdenominational ministry of the Wesleyan Methodist Church of Australia serving any single adult who has never married, who is divorced or widowed may be involved with Club Solo Ministries with a stipulation that singles are required to be have been separated for more than twelve months before they are eligible to attend.
It is now in its 39th year of ministry. It would suit 45 years+ at present.
Club Solo’s purpose is to minister to single adults with Christian values in Australia. Club Solo is not an introductory agency! It is a ministry to singles. Before COVID we had monthly events based mainly in and around Melbourne, but in addition to this we have other social groups meeting in Geelong, Adelaide, Sydney, and Brisbane. We also run a singles conference the Norval Conference Centre, Halls Gap in Victoria each year. Once COVID restrictions are eased we will continue these. Click on the home page to find the events operating in the states that Solo are situated in. Over the past 39 years, thousands of Christian singles have enjoyed fun and fellowship with Solo. Now you can be a part of that experience yourself.
Club Solo’s Leadership
Club Solo was originally formed in 1982 by Rev Bill and Daphne Foster who recognised a need for singles to be able to get together. Rev Steve Mitchell became Director of Club Solo in 1997 after serving as the worship leader and on the Executive Committee for a number of years. Steve is a graduate of Kingsley Bible College and has a real pastor’s heart for singles. The Wesleyan Methodist Church has appointed Steve as a chaplain to Christian singles, through the vehicle of Club Solo.
His wife, Michelle, who is a Bookkeeper, also brings a wealth of experience and expertise to the ministry team. They have two children.
Club Solo has a team of dedicated staff supporting this ministry, including ministers, counsellors, and other professionals. They predominantly work on a volunteer basis and come from a variety of denominational backgrounds including Wesleyan Methodist, Church of Christ, Baptist, and Uniting Church. They all share a heart for single.