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Weekend Getaway Marriage Conference – Moncton, NB
🗓 May 13-15, 2022
May 13, 2022 – May 15, 2022
Health Precautions Notice: as restrictions lift, in partnership with the hotel, there will still be enhanced cleaning protocols, spacing between seated couples, hand sanitizer available in multiple locations and guests are free to wear (or not to wear) masks. In addition, anyone with Covid symptoms is encouraged to stay home and will receive a refund on registration. As always at our marriage conferences, there will be no group sharing so there’s no need to interact with anyone other than your spouse for the whole weekend.
$220/couple (Super Early Bird Rate – only till March 31st)
$280/couple (Early Bird – until May 2)
$900/5 couples (Group Rate)
$380/couple (Regular Rate)
(Hotel, meals or parking NOT included) » Read more about registration rates
Four Points by Sheraton Moncton
40 Lady Ada Blvd, Moncton, NB, E1G 0E3 » Google Map
Book Online or Call 506-852-9600 and give them the group code “FMY” to book your accommodations
Special Getaway Hotel Room Rate*: Starting at $121/night (includes free parking)
Room booking due date: April 13, 2022
» Please mention “FamilyLife Weekend Getaway” at the time of booking.
*subject to room type availability
Neil & Sharol Josephson
Neil and Sharol are the directors of FamilyLife Canada. Formerly a Bible College President and a TV news anchor, Neil and Sharol have devoted this second season of life to marriage and family ministry – first at a large church in California, and now with FamilyLife Canada. Neil and Sharol have been married for 41 years. They love Jesus, each other and their family, especially their four quite remarkable grandchildren!
Brent & Céleste Trickett
Brent and Céleste live in Saskatoon with their four children who have turned their home into a small zoo. They have been married since 2000 and are now the directors of FamilyLife’s Homebuilder and Church Partnership strategy. Their passion is to help others experience the joy of bringing help and hope to the marriages and families in their communities.