Marriage Ministry 360 (MM 360) mission is to strengthen, empower and uplift couples in every stage of marriage. Couples discover God’s sovereign plan for marriage through an activity-based curriculum centered on uncovering the true blessing of a healthy marriage, rooted in Christ.
Marriage Ministry 360 had its first official meeting on April 28th, 2017 in the WNFLC Banquet Room. Since then, MM 360 has been positively fueling a stronger church community by giving couples a space to invest in their marriages. The plan of this leadership has been to allow ministry participants to discover how activity-based activities, centered on God’s perfect plan for marriages, become healthier and truly blessed.
This program welcomes all couples to these intimate and dynamic gatherings, from newlyweds to the most experienced couples.
MM360 Event Calendar
Is the Marriage Ministry a class?
The Marriage Ministry is not a class, rather, it is a ministry and subject to process and governance as all other existing ministries. However, sometimes the classroom will be used for meetings and group activities.
Do I have to attend the Married Couples Class before joining the Marriage Ministry?
No, Married Couples class is not a prerequisite, however, participation is highly encouraged.
Who can attend the Marriage Ministry?
Married couples, with or without children, interested in growing and serving together in a Christian environment with other couples.
What is the meeting frequency?
Meetings are held from 7PM - 9PM on the 3rd Friday of each month.
The Marriage Ministry will meet once per month alternating between the church and activities away from the church. Some activities and groups may have increased frequencies.
Will the Marriage Ministry touch other Ministries at Lilly Grove?
The Marriage Ministry will actively seek to collaborate with existing ministries when applicable topics arise. The stated goal is to round out the marriage experience at the church, community, and the life stages.
Will the Marriage Ministry conflict with existing meetings and ministries?
It is not the intent and we will work diligently to avoid such conflicts, knowingly this is not totally avoidable.