MarriedPeople

It doesn't matter if you've been married 40 years or four days. 
Or if your marriage is on cloud nine or on the rocks.
Every couple needs a Night Out.

MarriedPeople Night Out: Memphis Escape Rooms
Friday, June 8 | 6 p.m. 
$40/couple; free childcare (up to age 5)

Join other couples to try to escape. You only have an hour. Do you have what it takes? We will go out to eat afterward. Drop your kids off at 5:30 p.m. at the church and then meet at Memphis Escape Rooms (1010 June Drive, Suite 100).

 

MarriedPeople Night Out: Levitt Shell
Saturday, July 14 | 7:30-9 p.m.
Free; bring your kids!

Come enjoy music with other married couples at one of Memphis' favorite concert spots! Sammy Miller & The Congregation plays "joyful jazz--music that feels good. It is a style that entertains, enriches, but most of all uplifts." It will be a fun night for the whole family! Bring a blanket, chairs, food and beverages.


What husbands are saying about MP Night Out?
"MarriedPeople Night Out was light-hearted & entertaining, but also encouraging with something you could take away to make your marriage better. We all know marriage is hard work, but this night was fun & helpful without the 'heaviness' of a marriage retreat."

What wives are saying about MP Night Out?
"(We) had an awesome experience at the first MarriedPeople Night Out (MPNO)! Given the size of our church, oftentimes it's a daunting task encountering couples at similar stages on the marriage journey as we are. We met and made new friendships with several awesome couples at MPNO & look forward to building upon these new relationships for our mutual benefit -- & in the process to hopefully glorify God."

Why should I come again?
Your marriage is a work-in-progress & requires continual attention so that it doesn't become flat or stale, or worse. You never arrive, so to speak. So come back for the MarriedPeople Night Out to get another practical step to take your marriage one step closer to awesome!

Listen to audio from our special MarriedPeople Night Out with Michael Smalley:

 

Watch the video below for highlights from the first MarriedPeople Night Out: