Faith and Fellowship Night


The Chicago Wolves invite you to Faith and Fellowship Night presented by Judson University on Saturday, Feb. 17, at 7 p.m. when the Wolves take on the San Antonio Rampage at Allstate Arena. The Wolves’ own Wayne Messmer is this year’s Faith and Fellowship Night guest of honor. Wayne will hold a Q&A session following the game and all fans are invited to attend.

As an evangelical Christian university that represents the Church at work in higher education, Judson University is proud to continue to sponsor Faith and Fellowship Night. With undergraduate and graduate degree programs for both traditional students and adult learners alike, Judson provides career-focused education that allows students to view their chosen field from a Christian service perspective. Many Judson programs can be completed 100 percent online or at its campuses in Elgin and Rockford.

To learn more about Judson’s offerings, visit Judson’s website or call 866-239-5021.

Group Outing Request

Group Discounts and Special Experiences

The Wolves offer discounts and special experiences for church groups like performer meet and greets and scoreboard recognition. To learn more, fill out the form above or contact Joe Swintek at 847-832-1981 or

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