Why Grace Marriage? Grace Marriage helps good marriages grow stronger. Let’s be honest - life is busy and work, commitments, the house, the phone, and your dog may get more attention than your marriage. The even crazier thing is that we can easily be ok with this. Grace Marriage sessions will be a time to hit the pause button and spend time investing in the amazing partner you are sharing life with. We have an opportunity to use our marriage to reflect God’s love for us to the world in the way we love each other. Grace Marriage provides the tools and resources to help you and your spouse grow as a couple. Through Biblically-based sessions, you'll gain the tools to help cultivate even the strongest of marriages.
What Happens at Grace Marriage? Husbands and wives will meet with other couples to explore different aspects of marriage. These coaching sessions are an intentional approach to re-focus on the positives. With the group, spouses will read Biblically-based marriage lessons on gratitude, intimacy, conflice resolution, spiritual growth and more. Then, one-on-one, you and your spouse will talk about how it applies to your own marriage. To learn more about Grace Marriage and how the sessions work, watch these videos.
Who Should Join Grace Marriage? Anyone who is married! This is a place to be reminded that your spouse is the most important horizontal relationship you have. It is worthy of investing your time and attention to cultivate a great life together. Couples of all ages are welcome! When Does Grace Marriage Occur? Participation requires a commitment to attend all four sessions, which are scheduled for 8 a.m. on:
Registration Fee: The total cost of Grace Marriage is $200/couple. This registration fee includes all four sessions plus materials and booklets for each couple. Session supplies will not be ordered until the registration fee is received.
Registration: To register, complete the Grace Marriage registration form and return with payment to St. James' or Sts. Peter & Paul's parish office. Registration closes October 19.
Learn more today! To learn more, contact the Religious Education office at 812-768-6457.