At Greenville Oaks, we seek to equip families and foster healthy relationships. To support this effort, Date Night kits are available for couples in any stage of life. These kits are designed to help you be intentional as a couple, especially during the Valentine season when we traditionally focus on setting aside time to show our love, encourage, and express appreciation for the ones we love.
Explore the digital version of the Date Night kit below OR pick up a pre-printed kit either at the Faith@Home Center on Sunday mornings or outside the Greenville Oaks building at the north entrance (under the portico) at your convenience.
Inside your Date Night kit you will find:
Let us love one another, for love comes from God.
Everyone who loves has been born of God and knows God.
1 John 4:7
Greenville Oaks believes that God designed the family as the primary context for the formation of faith. This happens most of all in the home. Faith@Home creates a culture of intentional families. Faith@Home makes it easy to access the tools for yourself or to serve neighbors, co-workers, and friends.
- Faith@Home provides resources and ideas that will make it easier and more likely for individuals and families to be intentional in their relationships, particularly when it comes to matters of faith.
- Faith@Home offers tools that will encourage you in your relationships.
- Visit the Faith@Home Center or Faith@Home Online.
Greenville Oaks offers DivorceCare on a regular basis. Due to COVID-19, the group is taking a break, but plans to resume in the fall.
DivorceCare helps people who are dealing with separation and divorce, often the most painful and stressful experiences they’ve ever faced. DivcorceCare groups meet weekly over 12 weeks to help people face these challenges and move toward rebuilding their lives by providing both a regular seminar with experts as well as a support group with focus.
Time: Usually Wednesday evenings, 7:00-8:30 p.m.
Childcare: due to current health & safety conditions, childcare is currently unavailable on the Greenville Oaks campus.
Cost: $15 for a book, purchased at the first meeting