A Marriage Event for Couples
APRIL 13, 2024 :: 9:00AM – 3:00PM
When we think of ‘faithfulness’ in marriage, we usually think of the things we shouldn’t do (e.g. have an affair). But what if true faithfulness really was a ‘fullness of faith’ – in one another and in God?
What if faithfulness meant a countercultural and robust way of loving and living?
This spring, join Soren and Ever Johnson (co-founders of Trinity House Community) and hundreds of other couples from around the Arlington Diocese as we reimagine marriage as the very place where God makes faith grow.
St. Bridget of Ireland parish is located in the small town of Berryville, VA, on Route 7, just west of the Blue Ridge Mountains.
For a Google map and directions, click here: 1024 W. Main St. Berryville, VA 22611.
Registration is $60 per couple. The cost includes breakfast, lunch, and snacks throughout the day. Registration opens on January 21st and will close when the maximum number of participants is reached, or by April 1.
Registration is not complete until you have received receipt of payment.
9:00 – Mass
9:45 – Coffee/Breakfast
10:15 – Soren & Ever Johnson, part 1
11:00 – Adoration or Park Walk
12:00 – Lunch
1:00 – Breakout Sessions
2:00 – Soren & Ever Johnson, part 2
3:00 – Dismiss
Soren and Ever Johnson
Soren and Ever Johnson are proud parents of five children and parishioners at St. John the Apostle in Leesburg, VA. They founded the non-profit Trinity House Community and Trinity House Café+ Market to inspire families to make home a taste of heaven for the renewal of faith and culture. In 2022, Soren and Ever were invited to share the Trinity House ministry framework at the Vatican’s World Meeting of Families in Rome.
Soren formerly served as Director of Evangelization for the Diocese of Arlington, and Ever formerly served as Research Assistant to papal biographer George Weigel. They are featured writers for the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops’ ForYourMarriage.org and have been published in Magnificat, Word Among Us, Our Sunday Visitor, Aleteia, National Catholic Register, Humanum, and the Arlington Catholic Herald. They both hold MAs in theology. Currently, Trinity House Community Groups are active in over 15 parishes in 5 states and Puerto Rico.
Will childcare be provided?
Childcare is not provided, and children are not permitted (nursing infants excepted).
What food is being prepared?
Breakfast will be an assortment of baked goods and fruit, presented by the parish. Lunch will be sandwich or salad boxes ordered from Panera Bread. Please include any allergen information on the registration form to ensure that we will have food ready for you!
What is parking going to be like?
St. Bridget of Ireland has ample parking on-site for throughout the day.
I’m a nursing mother. Can we still attend?
Absolutely! We will have discreet locations available for you to use if necessary.
We want to make a weekend out of it! What time is Mass on Sunday?
We’d love to have you join us for the weekend. Our weekend Masses are: Saturday at 5:30pm, Sunday at 9:00am, and at 12:00pm. Confessions are also available on Saturday at 4:00pm.
Have another question? Contact the event organizers at [email protected].