"Many experience anxiety over their situation, for example, doubting God's plan for their life," he said.
Some feel "disappointment" over their singleness, while others "have problems with self-esteem".
Although many Christians are finding it hard to meet other single Christians, more than half (57%) still insist that they could never marry a non-Christian.
Just under a third (30%) said they would consider it, but only if their spouse was sympathetic to their faith.
Another reported that "married with 2.4 kids" was the norm in their church.
Many of the women responding to the survey reported fierce competition to bag the single Christian men in the church.
'" explained Christian Connection statistician David Pullinger.