Marriage Enrichment Ministry

Date Night

October 20th at 6:00 p.m. in the Oak Street Center

Mark your calendars for the next Date Night! The Marriage Enrichment Ministry is excited to announce Judy Herman as the speaker. She will be discussing about the topic "From Chaos to Calm: Strategies for Successful Spousal Interactions."

About Judy Herman:
Judy K. Herman is a counselor, speaker, and author of Beyond Messy Relationships: Divine Invitations To Your Authentic Self.  Judy has trained with world-renowned marriage and relationship experts including: Drs. John and Julie Gottman, known for their work on marital stability and divorce prediction; Dr. Harville Hendrix and Dr. Helen LaKelly Hunt, founders of Imago Therapy; Terry Real – creator of Relationship Life Therapy, known for his transformational work with men and marriage; Dr. Sue Johnson, a leading innovator who developed Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT) for couples, and Dr. Dan Siegel, a pioneer in the field of Interpersonal Neurobiology.

In addition, Judy Herman writes articles and provides video teachings that address mental health, marriage, faith, and relationship well-being. She also facilitates group retreats and speaks at universities, churches, non-profit, and civic organizations.

About Us

The Marriage Enrichment Ministry brings resources to married couples at First-Centenary through ongoing Date Night events, over night retreats, and conferences. We hope to offer opportunities for couples to engage in the hard work of marriage and to then be able to enjoy the reward of a healthy Godly marriage.

Save the date for our upcoming date nights!

October 20th
November 17th

Have questions? Contact Us

“This is my beloved, this is my friend” Song of Solomon 5:16

Vision Statement

The Marriage Enrichment Ministry here at First-Centenary seeks to help couples deepen their marriages. Through a variety of resources we will engage couples in meaningful ways to help compliment each other’s strengths and build a Godly foundation for their homes.

"Love always hopes, always perseveres"

1 Corinthians 13:7