Huwelikseminaar

A Day Together seminar is a special time away for couples to listen, laugh and learn more about each other… to talk and reconnect whatever your stage of life is.  Whether married or not, struggling or solid, couples will be inspired and equipped to strengthen and grow closer in their relationship with a renew sense of purpose and hope.

Tyd: Sondag 7 Oktober 2018 van 9:30-16:00
Venue: David Game College
Kostes: £25 per kop
Kinderoppasdiens is beskikbaar (£10 per kind)
Koffie en middagete ingesluit

Jy kan in 1 of 2 paaiemente betaal.
Bespreek jou plek hier.

A bit more about the presenters:

Gary and Jan Palmer have been married for over 27 years after getting to know each other in one of those ‘next desks at work’ romances. They live in Buckinghamshire and have three children, Amy (now married), Josh (married this summer) and Meg, and two loveable black labs. Following a long career in the mobile telecoms industry, Gary now works as an interim IT Manager with a current focus on the charity sector. Jan was a Computer Consultant until the challenge of juggling 3 children, a job and church responsibilities required something to give – it was the job that went. After a 19 year career break she has returned to the IT contract world! In the gap, she qualified as a life coach and spiritual director, work which she continues to carry out today, alongside everything else. They’ve been involved in running youth groups, parenting courses, marriage preparation and marriage enrichment through conferences, seminars and small groups. Gary keeps his rugby boots clean in the hope that one day he will have the opportunity to play again! Jan dabbles in singing, art and all things creative.
 
Karen and Etienne Van der Poll met at University in sunny South Africa where they both grew up. Married in 1987 they have so far survived life’s many challenges, some self-inflicted, which included moving to the UK in 2000 to settle for the country life in Warwickshire. Their family consist of two human children, Lise and Xander and two adopted non-humans, Kenco, the crazy Flat-coated Retriever and Milo, the talkative Siamese, which keep them on their toes. Karen, a Personal and Professional Development Coach, sees herself as an encourager of people. Etienne, a Business and IT consultant, keeps her grounded and focused with his calm forward thinking “Big Picture” approach.
 
Rumbi and Muchada Bvunzawabaya met at the University of Zimbabwe in 1993 . They are both from Zimbabwe but currently live in Warwickshire .They got married in 1998 in Mount Pleasant Harare and soon after migrated to the UK. They have three children. They work together running two businesses which are a niche Solicitor’s practise and they operate supported living accommodation for care leavers . They also run a non profit organisation called Migrant Family Support . Rumbi is the more outgoing and bubbly one of the two with Muchada complimenting her personality with his calm and stable influence. He reigns her in and reminds her that she cannot save the whole world.