For a number of years now St. George’s have successfully run a five week Marriage preparation Course and also a seven week Marriage Course. A team made up of Mike & Sandra Freeman, and Chris & Keith Roberts jointly run these Marriage courses.
The Marriage Preparation Course
The Marriage Preparation Course is a series of five sessions to help engaged couples or those exploring the possibility of marriage, build strong foundations for their future together. The Marriage Preparation Course is for any engaged couple planning to give their marriage the best possible start.
The course is also for couples who would like to explore the idea of getting married, or for couples where one or both partners have been married previously.
The Marriage Course
The Marriage Course is a series of seven sessions, designed to help couples invest in their relationship and build a strong marriage.
Over seven sessions, the course will help you to:
- Understand each other’s needs
- Communicate more effectively
- Grow closer by learning methods to resolve conflict
- Recover from the ways you may have hurt each other
- Recognise how your upbringing affects your relationship
- Improve relationships with parents and in-laws
- Develop greater sexual intimacy
- Discover each other’s “love language” and much, much more….
Who is it for?
The Marriage Course is for couples who are in a married and seeking to strengthen their relationship. Some couples do the course to invest in their relationship, others need more urgent help. Either way, the course offers a lifetime of practical ideas and tools to help keep your relationship strong.
The Marriage Course is based on Christian principles but designed for all couples with or without a church background.
Quotes from others who have attended the courses
Some people think wrongly The Marriage Course is just for people who are in difficulty with their marriage. we have found the opposite.
We didn’t feel like we were doing a course- it just felt like having a great evening together.
It’s about investing in it because it’s going well and you want it to stay that way.