Chris SaxtonDirector651-797-7803 |
Diane ArmstrongAdmin Assistant651-797-7843 |
There are openings in almost all the ongoing North Heights marriage small groups right now, which means you should be able to find a group that meets your needs. No matter how long you have been married or how young or old you are, we will do our best to match you up with the right group. Marriage small groups study topics relating to marriage and it is a wonderful way to spend quality time with the Lord, your spouse, and new friends in a casual atmosphere.
For any married couple who desires to build a strong and lasting relationship. This course is very practical, providing couples with tools necessary to build healthy marriages that last a lifetime. Couples will spend the evenings together talking about important issues that can often get swept under the rug in the rush of daily life.
This is your opportunity for some regular maintenance. It doesn’t matter if you have just recently been married or if you are celebrating 60+ years, this course is for you! Class meets once a week for eight consecutive weeks. The cost is $30/couple. To register, contact Diane .
Living life for Jesus means making purposeful decisions to participate in worship, fellowship, discipleship, ministry, and missions. Our newly-married ministry seeks to give you opportunities to do these things. This special group is designed for, but not limited to, couples married less than five years. Dennis Rainey correctly observes, "Statistically, more marriages fail in this period than in any other." Join us as we discuss biblical principles to build the strong foundation for your relationship. This group is also designed to help you meet and develop relationships with other newly-married couples.
Mission: Equipping newly-married couples to develop a God-honoring, lasting marriage.
Purpose: Designed to minister to newly-married couples.
Vision: All newly-married couples at North Heights would find a small group with which to grow.
1. Develop strong leaders who are committed to their own covenant marriages and mentoring newly-married couples.
2. Guide the newly-married couples to make Jesus Lord of every aspect of their lives.
3. Teach biblical truths about marriage and family.
4. Equip newly-married couples to develop relationships with other couples.
5. Equip newly-married couples to communicate and resolve conflict.
6. Lead newly-married couples to participate in the ministry of the church.