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Corner of Church St and Market St Wollongong 8am, 9:30am, 11am, 5pm & 7pm each Sunday
An enjoyable dinner, with some Valentine’s Day fun, and relationship input from Keith and Sarah Condie, all aimed at encouraging marriages…
Dinner will be a quality two-course meal (catered roast meat, with home cooked salads and desserts), with soft drinks, and nibblies. (I am also hoping to organise some half-price baby-sitting via church contacts, so let us know in your booking if you’d like a lead on that.)
About our speakers: Keith lectures Ministry and Church History at Moore College, and together, Sarah and Keith have been in demand for marriage education and enrichment at many churches, as well as with College students. They are the parents of three wonderful children.
Our Senior Assistant Minister, Jim Douglass, wrote:
When I wanted to start marriage enrichment at St Michael’s my first call was to Keith Condie, as Keith and Sarah ran such a great Marriage Enrichment course for us while studying at Moore. Whilst I couldn’t convince him to run a marriage course for us regularly, I’m very excited to hear that he’s coming to us this Valentine’s day.
Our new Sunday Assistant Minister, Jon Baird and his wife Morwenna, say:
We attended two of their marriage enrichment sessions during college and they were excellent. The sessions had a strong gospel foundation, information from experts and come with the wealth of Keith and Sarah’s pastoral and personal experience. We couldn’t recommend them strongly enough!
Our Mini-Mikes playgroup coordinator, Liz Shannon, says:
Liam and I are super thankful to God for the time and effort Keith and Sarah Condie have put into helping couples in their marriages. They have a strong grounding in God’s word and a great understanding of the dynamics within marriage. Both Keith and Sarah combine gentleness and sensitivity with a very real insight into the ups and downs and patterns of relating that can so easily characterise how we interact. Whether your marriage is smooth sailing, or has seen better days, we would thoroughly recommend you go along.
This evening should be suitable and enjoyable for all couples, whether newly married or long-established, and whether or not both go to church.