Then stop forcing them.
Look, Y'all are young and I was totally in the same boat 5 or 6 years ago, but the fact of the matter is that there's a 90 percent chance any relationship you get into at your ages is gonna fail. Why? Because there is so much growing left to do.
I'm not the same person I was a decade ago, or five years ago, and neither is anyone I knew back then. Things change, especially when you move out on your own and start your own life.
The best advice I can give is to not dwell on it and find something (outside of Bonk and the Boards) that you love. Something that will get you out of the house and meeting new people. For me, that's open mic nights and local shows, for some others it might be expositions at the museum or art gallery, or a fitness group, or part time work/volunteering at trade shows or events.
The more people you meet, the more likely you are to find someone who not only you want to spend time with, but wants to spend time with you. Even if you're socially awkward and have a hard time meeting new people, if you keep putting yourself in those situations you can overcome the awkwardness.
Now granted, religion doesn't play any kind of role in my relationships so your mileage may vary, but that's what's worked for me. There is wisdom in the idea that "when you stop caring about being in a relationship, one will find you."