Your support and contributions will enable us to help others. Thank you.
The second step in the Retrouvaille program is the Post weekend events and consist of 6 Sunday afternoon meetings to complete the process your weekend began. this couple organizes this portion of the program.
The follow-up support group, CORE, is an integral part of the Retrouvaille Program and this couple makes these meetings possible. Seeing the talents of others and creating an atmosphere of care leads to the success of the continuing support group of couples
With God all things are possible and this couple keeps the community on track, connected and open to Gods overwhelming grace. The spiritual dynamic of Retrouvaille is not to be overlooked or downplayed as it is the heart and soul of the program and keeps it alive and strong.
If getting the word out to the larger community is your strong point this job might be for you. Finding others to spread the word so the program is available across the state and beyond is no small job.
The registration / Interview Couple is often the first contact a hurting couple has with the program. Sometimes all it takes is a word of encouragement and a compassionate voice to encourage the couple to come.
It is the final act before the weekend begins and this is the couple that makes sure it is all in place, the "t's" are crossed and the "i's" are dotted. They are responsible for making it all come together.
These couples help with set up and hosting of the program.
These couples help to meet and greet the new participants at the Abbey or hotel on Friday night.
These couples write letters to the new participants offering encouragement and prayer.
We are in need of new Banners for the Weekend Program.
These couples would write and present a brief summary of the Retrouvaille program and present it at various churches across the state.
In order to keep the Retrouvaille ministry alive and thriving in our communities, new presenters are always welcome.
There are many ways to help spread the word about Retrouvaille to couples struggling with the disappointment and pain of their marriage. If you have some ideas to share or time to spare, please let us know.