Faith and Fellowship Night presented by Judson University| EMAIL | PRINT
Join us February 4 for the eighth annual Faith and Fellowship Night, presented by Judson University! This event is dedicated to providing church groups an affordable and memorable night of fun, fellowship, and song. Past season events have included an inspirational pregame message from Wayne Messmer, player faith testimonials, and postgame concerts.
Check back later for more information on the 2016-17 Faith and Fellowship Night or email Mike Czopek at email@example.com to receive immediate updates!
CHCEK OUT WHAT HAPPENED LAST SEASON!
April 9th, 2016 was 22 years to the day Chicago Wolves Senior Executive Vice President and Chicago icon Wayne Messmer was shot in the throat just hours after performing the National Anthem for the Chicago Blackhawks. Prior to Faith and Fellowship Night, Wayne shared his story and dug deeply into the essence of taking responsibility for the roles in which we have been cast in our lives. Fans who purchased ticket by calling 1-800-THE-WOLVES were able to reserve space to hear Wayne’s challenging, inspiring, and enlightening message to “Keep The Faith.”
Each ticket purchased by calling 1-800-THE-WOLVES included a Wolves winter hat!
Postgame Concert presented by Judson University
After the game, fans stuck around to enjoy a post-game concert performed on-ice by Consumed By Fire, a musically inventive Southern pop/rock band that combines their church roots with an eclectic array of influences distilled into a sound that is uniquely their own. Fans who called 1-800-THE-WOLVES for their tickets, also had the opportunity to meet the band during the game.
Three years ago, Judson University’s own Citizen Way rocked Faith and Fellowship Night and two seasons ago David Dunn, a contestant on NBC’s “The Voice,” shared the music from which his inspiration comes.
Photos by Ross Dettman/Chicago Wolves