Sundays, September 13, 20, & 27 2020
11:00 am – 12:30 pm | Zoom & Room 350 | Led by Rev. Phyllis Barren
$160 per couple | Registration required by September 4, 2020
Couples often spend thousands of dollars on their wedding but invest very little in their marriage. Premarital counseling is very important to couples who are making one of the biggest decisions of their lives.
This workshop helps couples quickly recognize and develop strategies for approaching issues in their relationship that may limit their satisfaction. Participants will develop an understanding of the differences in each other’s personalities, and explore powerful means of enhancing the intimacy and satisfaction they desire for their lives together.
Cost includes materials, as well as an individual follow-up session with Rev. Phyllis Barren, who obtained her seminary training from Perkins School of Theology, and her master’s degree of Counseling/Psychology from Tarleton State University. Registration is required as class size is limited.
Attendees will sit 6 feet apart (unless related); chairs will be set upon arrival. Participants will be required to wear masks. Masks must cover mouth AND nose.
The church will not provide water/coffee service; however, you may bring a bottle of water or cup with a straw, so masks don’t have to come down. No food is to be present unless medically necessary for an individual. No outside food is to be brought in for the meeting.
You will be required to fill out the following form each time you attend the meeting. Thank you.
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