Whether your marriage is good, and you want it to be great, or you are at rock-bottom and are wondering if there is hope, re|engage is a safe place to grow in your marriage. All married couples are welcome!

Each week, you will hear from couples whose marriages have been transformed. You’ll also learn practical ways to grow in oneness with your spouse and gain insight from others in a small group setting as you walk through the 16 lessons. It’s fun, meaningful and life-changing!

The goal of re|engage is not simply to keep couples from divorcing, but instead, to help all couples walk with Jesus. We believe as our hearts better align with God's plan for our lives, all relationships (including our marriages) will improve.

  • When: Mondays, 6:30-8:30 p.m.

  • Where: At WoodsEdge in the Pavilion

  • How to get involved: Our next semester of re|engage will start on August 12. If you want more information about re|engage or reminders about the next semester, please click the “I’m Interested” button below.

  • Cost: Registration is $70 per couple.

Childcare is offered for children ages birth-12 years old. In order to use childcare, you must register your children using the button below.

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For questions, please email

Resources for marriage and more information about this nationwide ministry can be found at

Marriage Stories

Jeff and Gayle

Jay and Ingrid

Jay and Ingrid - Audio

Panel on Confession and Forgiveness

Scott and Kerstin - Audio

Manrique and Marjorie - Audio

Joel and Shannon - Audio

Blake and Katie - Audio

Charlie and Rhonda - Audio


RE|ENGAGE Orientation

re|engage Orientation - Matt and Stephanie - Audio

"Humility" - Jay and Ingrid

"Love" - Jay and Ingrid - Audio

"Brokenness" - Joe and Nancy - Audio

"Grace" - Matt and Stephanie - Audio

"Humility" Bryan and Dana - Audio

Marriage Resources

The Speaker-Listener Technique - Communication Tool

Take It To The Cross - Conflict Tool

Positive Actions for Negative Feelings

Expectations for Marriage

Questions for Maturing a Christian Marriage

Emotions Chart