YOUR MARRIAGE MATTERS TO GOD!AND TO US!
We have an army of dedicated volunteers at each campus ready to come alongside you.
You're Engaged - Now What?
God himself conducted the first wedding in the Garden. No bridesmaids, no best man, no rehearsal dinner. Today it’s a bit more complicated. To get you started, we offer a six-month marriage preparation program that all couples must complete to be married by one of our Kensington pastors.
If you’re a current regular attender and wish to obtain an information packet outlining our marriage preparation process, please contact us.
Vertical Marriage Groups
If you’re married, at some point, you’ve probably had some troubling questions about your relationship: Can I really do this? Did we make a terrible mistake? Why are my feelings changing? If you’re currently single, divorced or dating, you’ve probably considered the relationships around you in preparation for your own future — some you want to emulate and others you definitely don’t… We want you to have a thriving marriage and we believe it is possible.LEARN MORE
Marriage is Really Hard - Need Help?
Marriages can hit some pretty bumpy roads. And for some of us, those bumps can feel like canyons. Just know there is hope!
Because your marriage matters to God (and to us!), we have an army of dedicated volunteers at each campus ready to help, listen to what’s going on, and provide light even when things feel dark. If you’re concerned about your marriage, have questions or just need to talk to someone, please contact one of our Campus Marriage Teams listed below. Someone will get back to you soon.
Do you have a powerful story of transformation in your marriage? Share your story here
Looking For A Counselor?
We have selected counselors in the community who we believe will provide wise care and counsel to you. Several of the counselors have multiple locations to better suit your needs. Learn More
Help Marriages at Your Campus — Be a Mentor
For couples who are engaged, newly married, or need some help through a tough season, having another couple in their life to provide biblical guidance, share advice, and listen prayerfully is a priceless advantage. To be a mentor, you don’t need to have all the answers (training is provided) – but you do need to have been married for at least 5 years.LEARN MORE