Christian Singles Sioux Falls & SD Dating
Welcome to the premier site for Sioux Falls Christian dating for Christian singles in Sioux Falls. Things are looking wonderful for all South Dakota residents. It costs less to live here, the landscape is pretty, and there’s no income or inheritance tax. Now is the perfect time to grab a new friend and explore this great city you call home.
The culture of South Dakota runs deep. It began when the Big Sioux River attracted Native American tribes such as the Cheyenne and Dakota. The falls of the river were later the site for what is now downtown Sioux Falls. Most of the Europeans who settled here had German or Scandinavian ancestry, which is probably why the city is now home to so many Lutherans. You can celebrate the interweaving of these cultures every year at the annual Festival of Cultures.
Learn to love the outdoors with Sioux Falls’ green spaces. There are so many parks and greenways here that you could visit one every day for over two months and you’d never see the same one twice. Make sure you spend at least a few minutes at Fawick Park, where you can see a replica of Michelangelo’s David. If you’d like to have an outdoorsy date, head to the Outdoor Campus of the South Dakota Department of Game, Fish and Parks. They host events like snowsports, tubing, and stargazing.
There is always something interesting happening in the city. Every year the Festival of Bands hosts a nationwide competition for marching bands. Downtown, the first Friday of each month is a reason to go out and have some fun. Everyone from businesses to art galleries gets together to host a night of live music throughout stores and eateries.
One reason to be thankful for cultural heritage and an agricultural history is great food. Try a cuisine experiment and get some pheasant from a local shop to make at home. Pair it with some South Dakota-made cheeses and you’ve got a meal to impress just about anyone. Treat yourself to a delicious breakfast or afternoon treat with sugary pastries from Daylight Donuts on Minnesota Avenue in downtown, or Flyboy Donuts on the south side. For anyone who doesn’t love donuts, stop by a patisserie and get some traditional German kuchen.
The people in Sioux Falls are great. There’s just something about the folks in South Dakota that makes people want to stick around. It has a classic Midwestern vibe and a relatively conservative approach to most things. People are friendly and willing to help if you’re in a bind, which is great when it’s the middle of summer and your air conditioning breaks.
There’s no time like the present to find love in Sioux Falls. You might have recently moved here for a job or you could have lived here most of your life – no matter what your story is, there are many singles nearby who are also looking to meet some new people. So, if you're a Christian, single, and living in Sioux Falls, you've come to the right place to find others like you.