Christian Singles Fargo & ND Dating
Welcome to the premier site for Fargo Christian dating for Christian singles in Fargo. It may be small compared to Winnipeg or Minneapolis, but the size of its heart makes up for any cons. In fact, Fargo almost doesn’t have any problems – the people here are always ready with a smile. Downtown is exciting and packed with life from morning to night. Make friends with a new special someone, then bring them on an adventure to learn more about your favorite city.
The rest of the nation might picture the Coen brothers’ movie when it comes to your town, but you know this city is way more than the stereotype. Just think of the HoDo (Hotel Donaldson for you lovely newbies), where the bathroom tiles are heated and every room is decorated by an artist from the Great Plains. Artists are drawn to North Dakota, and you can see how their creativity is appreciated in the Plains Art Museum. What was once a tractor warehouse now is home to pieces by Andy Warhol and James Rosenquist.
Of course, you can’t talk about art without talking about food. It’s North Dakota, so vegetarianism isn’t really an option. Plates are loaded with grass-fed beef, bison, and elk. Because of the heavy German and Scandinavian influences, Fargo-dwellers get a smorgasbord of Midwestern cuisine spiced up with delicacies like summer sausage, potato dumplings, and krumkake. On cold, blustery days, make sure to drop by Kroll’s Kitchen for knoepfla soup, a thick, creamy delight of potato, onion, and dumplings. Some of the freshest foods will be things like chokecherries, Chinook salmon, catfish, pheasants, and wild turkey, all of which are native to North Dakota.
North Dakota grew as the railroad reached farther across the nation. The first settlers appeared in Fargo in the early 1870s, and the city was named for a director of the Northern Pacific Railroad. Immigrants, especially those from Norway and Germany, came when the news of free farms on fertile wheat land began to circulate. Even today, Northern European culture has an enormous influence on the people living not just in Fargo, but in all of North Dakota.
If you ignore the food, the art, the open blue skies, and the myriad of other awesome things, Fargo is still great simply because of the people who live there. They tend to be laid-back and friendly no matter who you are or what you do. You might experience some of the coldest winters in the U.S., but that time is spent surrounded by warm friends (and hopefully lots of hot chocolate and hardy soups).
If you love living in a close community of friends, you should probably never leave Fargo. In times of hardship or natural disasters, people come together to help complete strangers. There is always something to do, whether you love theater, art museums, or just hanging out with others. So, if you're a Christian, single, and living in Fargo, you've come to the right place to find others like you.