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Recovery from divorce and separation course beginning
Thursday 21 September 2017 at 7.30 pm
New Beginnings is for everyone who has suffered a broken relationship. The aim of the course is to help people to come to terms with the past and make a fresh start in a friendly and supportive atmosphere. People come along who are at every stage, from not having made the split to having been separated many years but still working on some issues. Some people have been married and some not.
We start with a meal at 7.30 pm for those who can make it and then hear a talk and have a small group discussion, though you don't have to say anything if you don't want to. The course is free and is based on Christian principles but is not religious. It is open to everyone and lasts ten weeks.
Although we deal with difficult issues we find that during the evening there is a lot of laughter and people have a good time. We also have a variety of well attended and fun social events such as meals together, cinema trips etc.
What people have said
"It's been like an oasis."
"Words can't express the positive feelings that have come from this course."
"New friends, new hope, greater confidence."
Many people find it hard to come to the first evening but after that they look forward to it and by the end of the course they have made really good friends.
Many of the people from the previous courses have come back to take the course again and to be a helper.
Facing the effects of separation and divorce
Moving forward with hope
Video producer Nishi Sharma/LightandShade Photography
For more information, please read the frequently asked questions. If you wish to come, please contact Colin on 07855 245 619 or firstname.lastname@example.org
People come to our Restored Lives: Recovery from Divorce and Separation course from all over the Sutton and Cheam area including Ashtead, Banstead, Burgh Heath, Carshalton, Chessington, Dorking, Epsom, Ewell, Leatherhead, Morden, New Malden, Reigate, Stoneleigh, Tolworth, Wallington, Wimbledon, Worcester Park and from parts of Surrey and South London.