We meet you where you're at: Sip, Sample, and/or Savor?
Join us for a sacred time of connection and
intimacy with your partner.
Sampler Registration (see below for details)
Workshop Registration (Sept. 8-9)
Learn a practice for a lifetime: Witnessed Couple Dialogue,
a Quaker peace-making practice that helps us slow down, truly listen, and understand one another before jumping on solutions (or jumping on one another!)
Hone your practice and deepen your relationship within a community of LGBTQIA+ friendly couples.
Share at your own level of comfort.
Practice in the good times so that you can
sail through the rough ones.
This is not therapy, No fixing allowed!
an in-person or online free 90-minute Sampler.
Come as you are, with or without a partner.
Orchard Park Shelter, 1000 S Duke St.: Thurs. Aug. 24 at 7 pm
Durham Friends Meeting, 404 Alexander Ave.: Sun. Aug. 27 at 4 pm
Perfect Lovers, 2823 N. Roxboro.: Sun. Sept. 3 at 4 pm
Online (registration required): Tues. Aug. 29 at 12:30 pm
Registration preferred (required for online)
Interested but can't make any of these, then complete the registration
and let us know what might work for you!
an in-person retreat. Upcoming:
Friday, September 8, 6 pm - 9 pm (potluck meal, program begins at 7)
Saturday, September 9, 9:30 am - 4 pm (brown bag lunch)
Durham Friends Meeting, 404 Alexander Drive, Durham
Donation request (suggested $50)
Marsha and Mike have been creating safe, sacred spaces for couples for over 30 years. Their call arose from the recognition that in their mid-30s their different careers and the raising of their 3 children could leave them as strangers. In search of finding a common cause, they were gifted with Friends Couple Enrichment, an organization grounded in Quaker faith and practice. Witnessed Couple Dialogue has become their relationship yoga practice. Regular practice occurs in the monthly growth groups they belong to, with their community of leader couples across the country, on their walks, and in their hot tub. They love to share this practice with whomever and wherever the opportunity arises. This is their vocation, grounded in their Quaker faith and practice of peace-making, equality, integrity, and community. They live in Durham, NC.