Relationships take work. In the busy-ness of life, we often forget to give our relationships the attention and care they need to be successful. The more relationship skills you develop and the more you invest in your relationships, they more they will be come all you’d hope they would be.

Did you spend as much time preparing for a great marriage as you did on having a nice wedding?

For many couples, in the excitement of planning a wonderful wedding, it is easy to forget to plan for a wonderful marriage. If you’re looking forward to your wedding day and your future as a married couple, we want you to have a strong foundation for a great marriage. What you do now will make a difference.

Why do some marriages succeed and others fail?

If you’re married, the demands of day-to-day life can distract from keeping your relationship healthy and vibrant. Expectations from work, needs of children and demands of family and friends all seem to chip away at what little free time you have. And, if you’re not intentional, your marriage may wither from lack of attention. What you do now will make a difference.

How do I take my relationship from good to great?

Or, perhaps, you’re just starting out in your relationship. The two of you have met, found each other interesting, and are exploring the possibilities of a future together. This is a wonderful part of any relationship, yet your experiences together will change as you both grow and change. It’s important to understand each other’s hopes, dreams and expectations. What you do now will make a difference.

That’s why one of the major goals of The Center for Healthy Relationships is to help you develop the knowledge and skills necessary to grow healthy relationships and lasting, life-long marriages. You can use the resources available on this site to invest more in your relationships.

And our community workshops provide opportunities to learn in fun, encouraging and growth-focused environments. Use the menu at the top of this page to find out more about our different programs.

  1. Foundations for Healthy Marriages [Premarital]

    October 21 @ 9:30 AM - 4:00 PM
  2. MarriageSkills

    November 4 @ 9:00 AM - 4:30 PM