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“People will notice that there’s a car in the parsonage driveway – I mean, and they’ll notice it, you know – and I’ll get asked about it,” she said. “I mean, there’s bars, but that’s not gonna [work]," she said. "That’s a power thing." Some pastors have turned to a different source for meeting potential people: Online dating. "I did not put down that I was a pastor, because I just felt like that could draw all types of weird people," she said.

"I keep waiting for someone to walk through these doors of Bek's, because I feel like he might work really well." Friends from outside of church have suggested that she look to her congregation for prospects. That’s what worked for Bonnie Cassida, pastor of Bethel Baptist Church in Columbia. Her husband had died of cancer, and she was looking for someone to spend time with, for companionship. Along with that, she felt like people wouldn't understand what it meant to be a Baptist minister, or they would have preconceived notions of what she would be like. And there are stereotypes about women in leadership," Cassida said.

A profile all about you might come across as self-absorbed.

70 percent stuff about you, 30 percent what you’re lookin’ for.

On a drizzly February day in Fulton, I sit in a restaurant called Bek’s, sipping coffee and talking with Emily Carroll. She pastors Court Street United Methodist Church in Fulton.

We’ve got a lot in commong: We’re both young women who like to laugh and have recently launched our careers. She loves her church – the congregation has been welcoming and supportive.

Amy Gearhardt, a senior pastor at Missouri United Methodist church, also tried online dating.

A divorced, single mom, she was also just looking for companionship.

But being a pastor makes the dating thing a little tricky. Living in a small town and being pastor of a small parish – there are about 120 people in church each Sunday – it seems like everyone knows what she does, and when she does it.

She's dated a few people from Columbia since starting work in Fulton, but when they get together, she comes to Columbia for a sense of anonymity.

But even with the challenges, all three women said their place in the dating world isn’t all that unique.

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