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Marriage Enrichment Course

2017 Introductory Supper: Tuesday 18 April at 7.30pm at Cheyham Hall, St Paul's Church
Course: 9 May, 16 May, 23 May, 6 June, 13 June, 20 June, 27 June and 4 July at 7.30pm

Could your marriage be even better than it already is? Come to the Marriage Enrichment course: a series of seven candlelit dinners, served at tables for two. Each features a practical talk on an aspect of marriage and gives you an opportunity to talk together privately.

Who is the course for?

Any couple, married or not, who want to build (or rebuild) a strong and lasting relationship and have been together between 2 and 102 years! The course, while based on Christian principles, is just as helpful for any couple whether or not they have a Christian faith or church background.

What is involved?

Each of the 7 evenings begins with a candlelit supper at tables for two. There is the opportunity for couples to talk privately about important issues that are often swept under the carpet in the rush of daily life, using information and guidelines from talks and DVD presentations. The eighth session is a supper party to invite other interested people to an overview of the course.

What topics are covered?

  • Knowing about each other to build strong foundations
  • Learning to communicate effectively
  • Resolving conflict safely
  • Healing past hurt with forgiveness
  • The Impact of family - Past and Present
  • Good Sex
  • Knowing better how to make each other feel loved

What people have said

  • “I now hear what my wife is saying –without interrupting!”
  • “I know I have a good marriage but the course has been fantastic in showing me how much better my marriage can be.”
  • “It has helped me to look at my husband’s needs as well as my own.”
  • “It has placed our relationship back on the agenda.”

Further information

Please contact Emma & Jeremy Randall for full details of our next course.
Alternatively click here to register for the course (please click on 'Add person' to register both partners).