Joining Teams

Teams of Our Lady is open to all couples who wish to wish to develop their sacramental married spirituality.  It is not essential for couples to be members of the Catholic Church.

Teams members come together for sharing, prayer, scripture reading; a discussion on a topical or spiritual subject, and also focus on a number of Endeavours.  In these meetings a simple meal is shared, and members listen to each other with open hearts.

Members use a number of Endeavours in their daily lives to build upon their sacramental marriage.

New Teams are formed through a process of ‘piloting’ by an experienced couple over a year.  A piloting programme is used for monthly meetings.  Wherever possible a Chaplain or Spiritual Counsellor joins the team as a full member to accompany them.

When a couple joins an established Team, a re-piloting process is used to welcome them and enable them to understand the Teams approach and to discern if it is for them.

Although couples in Teams provide general support to each other, in sharing and prayer, Teams cannot support couples experiencing relationship problems.

Organisations such as Retrouvaille and Marriage Care are able to help.  Their details are available on our ACMO blog page: ACMO BLOG PAGE

Counselling services are also available through the organisation Relate: RELATE


This six minute video below gives a good idea about Teams.

If there are Teams in your area or in your parish, you may like to speak to Teams members about joining.  Or, you are very welcome to contact us using the web form.

During the Covid pandemic, many Teams have held their meeting online.  Although it has disadvantages, the online method enables couples to experience their Team’s meeting where travel to a face to face meeting is not possible.

Enrich your married spirituality with Jesus Christ & meet others to build friendships.