C1/10 is a group of adults in our 30’s and 40’s who have set out to live purposefully, work fruitfully, and grow consistently in this stage of our lives. We do this through connecting with one another and building godly relationships. We value the Word of God, and make it priority to reflect and respond to it personally and at every C1/10 gathering.
Becoming Groups serve as a place for our church body to gather outside of our normal Sunday and Tuesday services to seek the Lord–deepening our walk–and to connect deeply with one another.
All of our groups gather to discuss the content of the previous Sunday’s sermon. Groups will commit over the course of three months to meeting in various locations through the city.
Spring is upon us and we are looking forward to recommencing our C1/10 Hangouts! By popular demand, our April Hangout will be at “Escape The Room Chicago” on Saturday, April 13.
For those of you unfamiliar with the concept of an escape room please read below:
Escape The Room Chicago is a one-of-a-kind interactive experience that will challenge all your senses. In 60 minutes or less, you and a group of fellow geniuses will work together to find your way out of the room. A variety of hints and clues will be the keys to unlock the mystery escape route. It will take collaboration, problem-solving and a whole lot of laughter. We think we are all well equipped for the challenge.
Should you accept the challenge, here’s what you need to do:
1. Sign up! We have a limited number of spots so be sure to sign up right away!
2. Make sure all your fellow C1/10 friends sign up too!
3. Meet at Escape the Room Chicago on April 13th at 5:00pm
Some other need-to-knows:
Location: 60 Oakbrook Center, Oakbrook, IL 60523 *please note there are other locations–we are headed to the Oakbrook Center.
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Edgar Rivas was born and raised on the west side of Chicago. After being involved in gangs as a teenager, he decided to leave Chicago and serve his country in the US Marine Corps. After the incidents of 9/11, he served his country again by joining the Department of Homeland Security, serving for 12 years. In 2009 Edgar rededicated his heart to Christ and began a journey that led him to give up his career of federal service and answer the call of God to full-time ministry. Edgar is married to Christie and they have three beautiful daughters.