I have heard it said that a Singles Ward in the Church is the only organization whose purpose is to self-destruct. The purpose of such a place is to get everyone in it married off and into regular family wards. It is for this reason (among several others) that we can assume that members of these wards are out doing what they can on a Saturday night to achieve such a purpose, and might not make it back to their apartments until much, much later than normal.
It is for this reason, that I strongly believe that no singles ward should begin before 10:30 a.m. It just doesn't seem right to expect singles to "go forth and date", get in at midnight, and then wake up for early church, expecting them to be all there for the lessons.
But Saturday is the day you prepare for Sunday. I know some of you are thinking that, but I submit to you that for singles, Saturday is the day to prepare for FUTURE Sundays. Meaning, we are supposed to be out hanging with our friends and potential dates and dating, etc. So that one day, we might get married and have children to take to Sunday meetings.
It is then that we can appreciate 9:00 a.m. church meetings (or 8:00 or 8:30 a.m. depending on the area). Our children will likely be early risers, and church at any other time will cut into their nap time.
So until then, let those who benefit from early meetings, attend early meetings. And those of us, who may need a little extra push in the morning, attend later meetings.