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Registration - Art of Marriage
A two day event for all married couples. Marriage, the way God intended it to be, is a true art form. It is delicate, beautiful, inspiring, and takes a great deal of intentional investment. The Art of Marriage is a video-based experience designed to help couples build the God-honoring marriages we all want. It is a couple-oriented (no small groups or general discussions) event that combines real-life testimonies, words from well-known pastors and marriage experts, engaging stories, and humor to help couples reflect on and invest in the most important relationship of their life: their marriage.

Each of the six sessions focuses on applying key principles within God’s design for marriage and every person will have a personal manual that helps them get the most out of the event and even provide resources for after the event.
The Art of Marriage is a two-day event (May 5-6) starting on Friday evening (6:30-9pm) and concluding on Saturday (9am-4pm). We will also provide childcare for children through elementary school. Youth Group students are invited to help with the kid’s activities if they would like. The cost of the event is $50 per couple.

One final word: This event is for every couple. Those married a few months and those marriage decades. It is for the couple who have found a great rhythm and those who are trying to find balance in life. It is for the young in years and the young in heart. If you’re married and reading this, the Art of Marriage is for you and your spouse. We hope you’ll take advantage of this incredible opportunity to invest in your marriage!

Payment is $50 per couple. If you are paying with a check, please make checks to to First Presbyterian Church and mark it for "the art of marriage". You can either mail checks or drop off at the church office.


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