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November 10, 17 & 26, 2022


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Connect2 Marriage Preparation Group Workshop aims to help couples address issues that they may face as newlyweds, build a solid foundation in the early years and learn how to really love each other — for life!

Facilitated by a trained husband-wife couple, the sessions will offer insightful and practical tips with group discussions for six to 12 couples as well as activities for each couple.

What to expect?

  • Understand what love, marriage and your vows symbolise
  • Identify each other’s differences and love languages – how to engage in effective communication
  • Manage healthy conflict and have a good grasp on your family finances
  • Understand sexual intimacy, the importance of romance and family planning
  • Learn how to manage expectations from your spouse, children and in-laws while balancing work-life

Who should attend?

  • Couples who are considering marriage
  • Couples who are engaged
  • Couples in their first year of marriage

Date: November 10, 17, 26, 2022

Time: November 10, 7pm-9.30pm
             November 17, 7pm-9.30pm
             November 26, 9.30am-12.30pm

Venue: Zoom (for November 10 & 17)
               Focus Singapore office (for November 26, 2022 session)

Cost: S$380 per couple

The fee is inclusive of:

  • $70 rebate upon completion of the workshop
  • Marriage resources
  • Participants’ workbooks
  • Couple Checkup™ – An online relationship assessment (find out more)
  • An English-speaking licensed solemniser (if required)

Click here to register.

About the organiser:
Focus on the Family Singapore is a local charity dedicated to helping families thrive..Upholding the family unit as the basic building block of Singapore, they partner individuals and organisations to promote strong families through differentiated programmes, trusted resources, family counselling and content placement in various media. Their aim is to support the everyday family through life’s challenges and to build enduring healthy values, thus circumventing many of society’s social problems.