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Mission

Our mission is to encourage believers to live purposefully, work fruitfully, and grow consistently. Colossians 1:10 (C1:10) says, "So that you may live a life worthy of the Lord and please him in every way: bearing fruit in every good work, growing in the knowledge of God."

Who We Are

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.

C1/10 Community Groups

C1/10 Community Groups are gatherings for adults in our 30’s and 40’s. Groups meet on the 2nd and 4th weekend of every month; groups will begin again the second week of May.

Sign up for a group near you:

Belmont-Cragin: 2nd Fridays

Jefferson Park: 2nd Saturdays

Albany Park: 4th Fridays

Portage Park: 4th Saturdays

Jefferson Park: 4th Saturdays

 

C1/10 Hangouts

Our next hangout will be on May 19th. Check back for more details as the date approaches.

 

 

Meet the Leader

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. 

HAVE QUESTIONS?

Have questions about C1/10? Want to be a part of the team?

Email us at: c110@chicagotabernacle.org