The PCPC Marriage Ministry seeks to build vibrant marriages through instruction, testimony and community that:
- Are sustained and nourished through Christ and His word.
- Proclaims His gospel.
- Live out a mission that continually refreshes each marriage.
Union is a marriage preparation class for seriously dating and engaged couples. This course covers topics such as “The Biblical Meaning of Marriage,” “Expectations”, “Communication,” “In-Laws,” “Biblical Roles of Husband and Wife,” “Money and Stewardship,” “Conflict Management,” and “Intimacy.” The format includes instruction and discussion in small table groups. The class concludes with a final session featuring a panel discussion where your questions are answered by seasoned couples. Union is offered each spring and fall and runs for nine weeks, Wednesday nights, 6:45-8:30 pm.
Newly Marrieds (up to 3 years)
Small Groups – Newly Married couples are encouraged to join a small group community to study and discuss biblical marriage and the tools you need to be successful in your relationship. These groups are typically 5-6 couples and are facilitated by a seasoned married couple. These groups typically meet weekly for 12-18 months to focus solely on marriage themes.
Marrieds (3+ years)
re|engage is a marriage enrichment program. Marriages in any condition can benefit, whether you are struggling to get along, your marriage is broken, or you simply want to grow closer together as a couple. re|engage examines God’s design for marriage and applies principles from the Bible to guide couples towards growth in their relationship with each other. You can expect to:
- Receive encouragement by hearing stories from other couples that have experienced victory in the midst of hard times.
- Be placed in a small group with a facilitator couple and other couples to work through a 16-lesson curriculum.
The 16-week study includes chapters on love, brokenness, grace, humility, forgiveness, commitment, communication, conflict, and intimacy.
re|engage is offered in the fall and spring on Monday nights, 7:00-8:45 pm in Room 261.