It's not just about surviving but thriving.

The marriage course is seven sessions designed to help couples invest in their relationship and build a strong marriage.

​"All marriages and partnerships, even the good ones aren’t perfect."

All of us can learn how to get better at this.  Covid has also added pressures and challenges to many of our relationships.  With the difficulties we’re all facing, everyone’s relationship could do with a tune-up.


That’s why Bragg Creek Community Church is going to be running in March a free online version of The Marriage Course.

The course has been run around the world and helped well over a million people Christian or not, married or not, it’s suitable for e v e r y o n e.

In post-course surveys:

99% of guests said the course had a positive impact on their relationship.

73% of guests experienced significant improvement in their relationship from the course.

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what will

be discussed?

  1. Strengthening Connection

  2. The Art of Communication

  3. Resolving Conflict

  4. The Power of Forgiveness

  5. The Impact of Family

  6. Good Sex

  7. Love in Action

so, how's it going to work?

  • The videos will be watched over Zoom, with pauses for private conversation for each couple.  


  • Each guest is given a Guest Journal which provides guidance for each conversation.


  • The microphones are muted, and any cameras turned off during these conversation times, so any discussion is purely between you and your partner: no-one else.


Every Thursday from March 11th

for seven weeks



at 7:00 pm- 8:45 pm

For more information:




To register or ask questions, please contact