With the best intentions in the world, some marriages do not work. Instead of being a place of love, care, and support, they become a place of fear and violence and isolation. In some cases, the physical and emotional well-being of a family demands that the couple separate. Mercy and gentleness are needed for those who have suffered a broken marriage.
Maybe you are going through a divorce right now--or maybe it was a long time ago and you're still struggling with some issues. Regardless, we can help. Let us help you through this tough time adn show you the true love that is still in Christ's Church.
This book study and support group is offered two to three times each year. With mentors who have "been there and done that," the group serves as a wonderful opportunity to help you pick up the pieces--whether your marriage ended recently or even a long time ago. Participants meet weekly for approximately three months.
An annulment is an official determination by an ecclesiastical tribunal that what appeared to be a valid marriage may have been civilly valid but not sacramentally valid. In finding a marriage null, the Church does not cast blame on either or both parties, even if one of them acted in a blameworthy manner. A declaration of nullity simply states that a sacrament did not exist. St. Paul's has trained and certified annulment case sponsors who will walk you through the process. Contact Heidi Clark for more information: email@example.com or 281-333-3891, ext. 328.