The time and effort that goes into organising the wedding day is amazing. Most of us spend many hours preparing for the big day and very little time investing in the days, months and years after then, which is really where all the hard work begins! We believe that investing in marriage is important – whether you’ve been married 2 months or 52 years. Whether you think you’ve got the perfect marriage or finding married life hard work, we want to help you make it a better marriage. That’s where 21st Century Marriage comes in.
21st Century Marriage is DVD-based course presented by Care for the Family’s Rob Parsons. Its light-hearted approach to marriage makes it a fantastic tool to help build and strengthen lasting relationships. Many people fit so many things into their lives that they barely make time for their marriage. By going on the 21st Century Marriage course you will be investing time in your relationship together. Make it a date night! If you attend the course we will treat you to a glass of wine (or two) and a three course meal. It’ll be like a date night! You’ll sit at your own table as a couple and there will be no group discussion and no requirement to talk about your relationship to anyone else. Courses will be interspersed with short talks by Rob Parsons and there will be questions for you to discuss together as a couple.
How to book your place: The price is £20 per couple per night (so £40 in total). If you can’t afford to pay this please pay what you can afford. You will need to let us know your food choices (see the menu over the page) and confirm and pay for your places by Sunday 13th May. Cheques payable to ‘St. Paul’s Church’. Spaces are limited so please book ASAP
Wednesday 16th May
1- Pate and Melba toast
2- Sala – chicory, clementine and hazelnuts
1- Lasagne with garlic bread and green salad
2- Chicken in white wine sauce served with new potatoes, carrot and medley of peas and leek.
Vegetarian alternative: Roast vegetable lasagne served with garlic bread and green salad
1- Orange polenta cake served with fresh cream
2- Frozen banoffee cake served with fresh cream
Finish with tea or coffee
Wednesday 23rd May
1- Hint of mint and garden peas soup
2- Waldorf salad
1- Beef Bourguignon
2- Sausage with onion gravy
Vegetarian alternative: Vegetable tart
All served with creamy mashed potatoes, carrots and French beans
1- Meringue baskets, with lemon curd cream and strawberry
Finish with tea and coffee