IF YOU want to inject some romance back into your marriage, a new course will help you do just that.
Over seven weeks, couples can find out more about enjoying better communication, good sex and building up foundations and communication within the relationship. They can also explore forgiveness and the impact of the family on their relationship.
There will also be a chance to enjoy romantic dinners together … and talk to each other!
The Marriage Course is aimed at all married couples regardless of whether they’ve been together for a year or 61.
It’s aimed at all situations too, be it struggling marriage or a strong partnership.
The course will be held at Trinity Church in Lower Earley – next to Asda – in May and will give practical tools that couples can use on a daily basis to keep their relationships healthy.
Each evening begins with a romantic candlelit supper, followed by a talk with film clips.
Couples stay at their tables and discuss the issues only to each other, so no one else will know what is being said.
For more details, call the church on (0118) 931 3124 or log on to www.trinityearley.co.uk.