Our new series The Art of Marriage starts September 11th. This marriage series will be radically different from other marriage series. In fact, it will be unlike any other series we’ve ever done at Western Hills. We will be introducing The Night Sessions for this series.
The Night Sessions
Every Sunday night during the series – (September 11, 18, 25, and October 2)
6:00pm – 8:00pm
Childcare will be provided
Sign-up is required. Workbooks are STRONGLY suggested – $20 a book.
You can sign-up at the bottom of this page or by contacting the church office.
What exactly are The Night Sessions?
They are sessions….held at night.
Seriously, The Night Sessions will deal with topics not covered in our Sunday morning services. There will be a 45 minute teaching block followed by another 45 minute of discussion blocks. The discussion blocks will be centered around both couples and Life Groups. So grab your Life Group and experience this together. If you don’t have a Life Group, we’ll find you a small group that you feel comfortable with.
We will be using the FamilyLife Ministries DVD curriculum for these sessions. Trust us, they are incredible.
So what about us single people? What’s in it for us?
The whole series (including The Night Sessions) will be perfect for most adult singles. Whether you are thinking about getting married, dating, engaged, or even divorced – the focus will NOT be on the past but your present and future. These sessions will be extremely helpful to the single person who is thinking about marriage.
Can I bring my kids to The Night Sessions?
We love kids at Western Hills but this isn’t for them. This is for adults. Due to the content of some sessions, we are asking that no one under the age of 17 attend The Night Sessions.
We will have free childcare available for those in 6th grade and younger but you must sign-up to reserve their spots. (You can sign up at the bottom of this page.)
Can I invite people who don’t go to Western Hills to this?
Absolutely! Just make sure they register so we can have a workbook for them and enough childcare workers.