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"It Takes a Church" (TV show) is a reality competition series on GSN that is hosted by Grammy nominee and multi Dove Award winner Natalie Grant. In each episode, members of a Christian congregation play matchmaker in a competition to help an unattached fellow parishioner find their match.

Each week, the series visits a congregation from across the country to surprise one unsuspecting single with the news that they're about to be saved from the dating world. The church's Pastor will task their congregation of cupids to find the best possible matches for the dater. At the end of the matchmaking competition, the unattached parishioner will decide which suitor to put his or her faith in. The congregant who brought the chosen suitor will make a difference to their church by winning a donation on its behalf.

"It Takes a Church" is produced by Authentic Entertainment for GSN, with Tom Rogan and Lauren Lexton ("Flipping Out," "The Best Thing I Ever Ate") serving as executive producers along with Richard Hall ("The Amazing Race") of Great Blue Productions. Sean Kelly ("Minute to Win It") is consulting producer.


Network: GSN
Genre: Reality
Runtime: 60 mins.
Premiere Date: June 5, 2014
Seasons: 2
Production Companies:
Authentic Entertainment
Great Blue Productions

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