UK History on National Marriage Week 

See also link below on National Marriage Week International.

Click on the link above to find a link to your country; Watch a video on Marriage Week from its founder Richard Kane and read about the history of National Marriage Week.


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Coming Soon.

​​​Each year we take time out of our busy schedules to celebrate marriages for an entire week. This time of celebration is recognised as 'National Marriage Week' across the US and here in the UK. It is not yet widely recognised across the world but through the efforts of Marriage Week International this is changing. We believe in the sanctity of marriage and so we have embraced the idea of learning and growing, adding value to our relationship and sharing tips on how we can maintain a healthy marriage. This week of celebration begins on the 7th day and ends on the 14th day of February each year.

We wanted to share this wonderful experience with others but to do that we needed the support of others who believed in the growth and maintenance of healthy marriages. Since 2006 we recognised the need for investing in our marriage and that led us to BeOfMe. From there we embarked on a full scale research project which found us sharing our findings with others. We began sharing here on W2S then we extended the sharing to couples in our community and the churches we are affiliated with. In our sharing, we find that it is the little suggestions that makes a big difference sometimes.

We are grateful to the church leaders who have embraced the idea and took time out to honour the couples in their churches and community. >>>More


Thank Yous



During that period of growth we had a strong desire to share what we had been learning with others. This was the first time we were bold enough to speak with a leader in our community and make suggestions that would eventually lead to a marriage seminar in our then fellowship.

Thank you to Superintendent Elroy and His wife Diane Patrick who were receptive to the idea and brought the event to fruition. Thank you to all who helped to bring the seminar to fruition including the couple who led the event (the former pastor and his wife, Rev. Adrian & Mrs. George).

Special thank you to the couples who shared their experience for the benefit of others (including the Rev. Everald & Mrs. Thomas) or shared resources with the couples (such as Elder Ewing & Mrs. Clarke).

We don't have any pictures of this event to share with you but we'll share with you some of the information we gathered on the day.

~Vince & Janice Ramkissoon

After our Marriage Encounter Weekend in 2006 we spent the next four years growing as a couple and a family but we were also witnessing many marriages fall apart around us.