Pre-Marriage Questionnaire
These questions are designed to prepare you and your Mentor Couple for the pre-marriage process. Answer each question openly and honestly to the best of your knowledge. Be sure you don't exit the form before you are finished since it will not auto-save. Do not discuss your answers with each other until after you have finished the questionnaire. This will be read by a pastor and a Mentor Couple.
Name
Your answer
Fiancé's Name
Your answer
Are you a member of Riverview?
If you are not a member, but your parents/grandparents are, please include their name below. If you are planning on starting the process of becoming a member please let us know. You can visit rivchurch.com/membership to begin the process.
Your answer
Are you interested in having your wedding at Riverview?
Saying yes below is not a guarantee the date you need is available. We will follow up with you if you choose yes below.
Your answer
Requested Date & Time of Ceremony
if you know
Your answer
Requested Date & Time of Rehearsal
Your answer
Do you have a specific pastor in mind for your ceremony or, have you made prior arrangements?
*Riv cannot guarantee Pastors requested will be available.
Your answer
DOB
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DD
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YYYY
Hometown
Your answer
Current Address
Your answer
Cell Phone
Your answer
Email
Your answer
Occupation/Years at this Job
Your answer
Education (last year completed)
Your answer
Siblings (gender and age)
Your answer
Previous Marital Status
Married (# years), Divorced (year), Widowed (year)
Your answer
Health Problems
Your answer
Father's Name
Your answer
Father's Age (If deceased, year of death)
Your answer
Father's Occupation
Your answer
Father's Education (last year completed)
Your answer
Father's Marital Status
Married (# years), Divorced (year), Widowed (year)
Your answer
Father Professes Christian Faith
Father's Church
Your answer
Mother's Name
Your answer
Mother's Age (If deceased, year of death)
Your answer
Mother's Occupation
Your answer
Mother's Education (last year completed)
Your answer
Mother's Marital Status
Married (# years), Divorced (year), Widowed (year)
Your answer
Mother Professes Christian Faith
Mother's Church
Your answer
Is there anything about your parent's marriage that would be helpful to know? Any major marital crisis?
Your answer
Is there anything about yourself or your past that you think might seriously affect your marriage? Was there alcohol abuse in your family, lack of affirmation, emotional, sexual or physical abuse?
Your answer
Is there any way in which there is still a dependency or something unresolved between you and your parents? Do you experience any conflict with siblings? Co-workers? Roommates? How do these usually get handled?
Your answer
List the strengths of your parent's marriage.
Your answer
When and how did you place your faith in Jesus as your Savior and Lord? Provide a summary of your conversion story.
Your answer
Describe your present relationship with God and with the local church. - What is God doing in your life right now—how is He humbling/growing you? How often are you reading your Bible? What are you currently reading? What is your prayer life like? How connected and accountable are you within the Riverview church body? Who do you go to for counsel and accountability? Is there any part of your life that they are not currently aware of? How are you currently serving in the church?
Your answer
How would you define the purpose of a Christian marriage?
Your answer
What is your understanding of the purpose of engagement?
Your answer
If you have been divorced in the past, explain any circumstances that may be pertinent to your understanding of the Bible's teaching concerning re-marriage.
Your answer
How long have you known your fiancé? How did you meet? When, and why did you become convinced that you wanted to marry each other?
Your answer
What is your parent’s attitude toward your fiancé?
Your answer
How do you perceive your prospective in-laws’ attitude toward you?
Your answer
What type of relationship do you expect to have with your parents and your in-laws after you are married?
Your answer
Have any family members or friends stated any reservations or concerns about your engagement to your fiancé? What are they?
Your answer
What are the relational strengths you bring to your prospective marriage?
Your answer
What do you consider to be your weaknesses as a prospective husband or wife?
Your answer
State honestly any fears, concerns, or apprehensions you feel about your anticipated marriage.
Your answer
To be answered by the woman: Do you have any reservations or concerns about your fiancé’s spiritual life; his ability to lead you, care for you, love and provide for you? What would they be? In which areas do you see that your fiancé needs to grow?
Your answer
To be answered by the man: Do you have any reservations or concerns about your fiancé’s spiritual life; her ability to respect you, follow you, and submit to your leadership? What would they be? In which areas do you see that your fiancé needs to grow?
Your answer
What does the biblical phrase, “the husband is the head of the wife” mean to you?
Your answer
What are some issues about which the two of you have different opinions? How do you handle these differences with your fiancé?
Your answer
What was the last conflict that you had with each other? How did you resolve it?
Your answer
How do you expect to cultivate your faith together after you are married?
Your answer
How do you handle money? How does your fiancé handle money? What financial concerns do you have about your relationship? How much debt do you currently have? What is your attitude towards debt, use of credit cards, etc.?
Your answer
Who will manage your family finances? Do you have a tentative budget?
Your answer
What are your expectations about situations where one of you might be alone with someone of the opposite sex?
Your answer
What are your thoughts about children? How soon would you like to have children? How many? If you should be unable to have children, would you adopt a child?
Your answer
How would your parenting of your children differ from that which you received?
Your answer
What does sexual purity look like in your relationship right now? Are you abstaining from sex and sexual intimacy? Has this characterized your relationship from the beginning? Explain.
Your answer
Anything else your Mentor Couple should know about you or your relationship—areas of gladness in your relationship, areas of regret in your relationship, significant events from your past, etc.?
Your answer
Please read the Couple’s Covenant, and be prepared to sign it during your Orientation Interview.
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