Steadfast Marriage Retreat
Friday, September 20 | 7pm-9pm
Saturday, September 21 | 8:30am – 3:30pm | Lunch provided
Holy Cross Sullivan’s Island Campus
Join us for the Steadfast Marriage Retreat on September 20-21 hosted at the Holy Cross Sullivan’s Island Campus. Steadfast Marriage Retreat is a 2 day weekend retreat designed to guide married couples toward a deeper understanding of how to live into the full beauty of their marriages. Drawing from their personal testimony and experience, in a warm setting, Bill and Dana Henry (https://www.steadfastmarriage.com) guide couples toward a deeper understanding of God’s plan and purpose in marriage and through issues that can be obstacles for couples within their marriages.
Child care will be available upon request.
Bill and Dana Henry (steadfastmarriage.com) offer an informative, valuable, inspiring and God-honoring course. The format and structure is professionally done with an ideal mixture of lightheartedness and serious introspection. Topics include communication, intimacy and trust. Dana and Bill have a unique and lovely style of presenting information vital to healthy marriages.
Dana Henry is a Licensed Profesional Counselor in the state of Pennsylvania, in private practice (Hope Christian Counseling), with nearly 15 years of experience specializing in work with individuals, couples, and families. Dana has a Masters of Science in Education (Community Counseling) from Duquesne University. She has also received specialized training in Gestalt Therapy, EMDR, Inner Healing Prayer, and Pre/Post-Partum Depression Treatment.
The Rev. Dr. Bill Henry is an Anglican priest with twenty years of pastoral experience in three Episcopal/Anglican parishes in three different Dioceses (Central Florida, South Carolina, and Pittsburgh).
Bill is currently the Senior Associate at St. Stephen’s Anglican Church in Sewickley, PA where he has served for 13 years. Bill has developed a pre-marriage curriculum for use within the parish, offered a number of adult education classes for married couples, and recently completed his Doctor of Ministry degree at Trinity School for Ministry. The title of his Doctoral Thesis is, "Addressing Cohabitation and Pre-marital Sex in Church Marriage Preparation".