re|engage

A Safe Place for Couples to Reconnect

Please note: Re|engage is not meeting in-person at this time due to the recent COVID-19 situation. However, we are thrilled to report that Re|engage is meeting virtually! Re|engage will be hosting open group, newcomers, and closed groups online every Wednesday at 7:30pm.

Newcomers are welcome! Just complete the Newcomers registration below and we'll send you instructions on how to join us virtually.


Does your marriage need to be reignited, or is it in need of a complete resurrection? re|engage offers hope for marriages that includes worship, teaching, small groups, and testimonies from couples who have experienced victory in the midst of hard times.

Re|engage meets every Wednesday throughout the year from 6:30-8:30 p.m. in Room 204. **Please see note at the top of the page regarding our new temporary meeting location

re|engage Newcomer FAQs

If you plan on attending the Newcomer's class for re|engage, please register below. 

Register for Newcomers Class 

If you are in need of childcare, please register your children one week in advance of attending.

Register for re|engage Childcare

Childcare questions? Please contact Kori Wolski.

Questions? Email Kristin Abrahams

If you have been instructed by a re|engage leader to register for a closed group please register below. 

Closed Group Registration


Children of Divorece Panel


After the Vows Blog

Tito & Danielle Nunez

Our story began, back in Florida, when we met as seniors in high school. We became fast friends as we bonded over faith and family. We were married shortly after college and settled into our newlywed life. But we soon realized that our marital bliss would be quickly overcome by reality. Our...continue reading.

The Pull of Motherhood

Early in our marriage, I remember thinking that having children wasn’t going to affect our marriage much. We were married over 5 years before I got pregnant with our first child. I had all kinds of ideas about motherhood that ended up not being true. One of which was, “having kids...continue reading.