Singles Programs

Not every relationship is about love and marriage. What about the bonds you build with your family? Your interaction with coworkers? Even your spiritual connection with God? 

The Cana Institute offers programs that are specifically tailored to assist single people who are navigating the difficult challenges of building and maintaining relationships in today's world.


Serious Singles

Gain confidence and create a purposeful life intention in only 5 weeks. This popular program is designed for single men and women interested in learning an emotionally intelligent approach to their life choice. You’ll also learn practical relationship skills.

$100 per person

This program is also available for presentation to private groups.
For more information or to schedule this workshop, contact Bridget Brennan.

joy@canainstitute.org

314 313 0613

 

Starting Fresh

One-day workshop for adults who are widowed or divorced

Starting fresh is often scary. You can feel vulnerable, unsure of yourself, confused…especially if  you’ve experienced a loss. In this workshop, Bridget Brennan, a trained group facilitator and experienced relationship guru, provides some very basic, practical tools to move you towards Starting Fresh with hope and confidence.

  •  Reclaim your life:  Who are you?  Where are you?  Where do you want to go?
  •  Create a vision for your life
  •  Learn from your past relationship history
  •  Make choices toward finding God in your life
  •  Discover how you can live a more authentic, meaningful life
  •  Overcome fear and obstacles that hinder Starting Fresh

Workshops are typically scheduled from 8:30am – 4:00pm. This workshop is also available for presentation to private groups at places of worship, community or educational centers.

For more information or to schedule this workshop, contact Bridget Brennan.

joy@canainstitute.org

314 313 0613


What they're saying...

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“This class is fantastic. I’ve seen the resources engaged couples get and I want access to those same ideas and exercises. If people could figure this stuff out before getting engaged, or even if they just want to be single, I think it would help a lot.”
— Benjamin S. 

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