Christ Community Church Hosting Valentine Event

Join others at Christ Community Church for a fun-filled pre-Valentine celebration. –Photo submitted.

Join others at Christ Community Church for a fun-filled pre-Valentine celebration. –Photo submitted.

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Christ Community Church will host a “Bee” My Valentine social event for adults on Saturday, February 3, from 6 – 8 p.m., at 103 W. Corning Avenue in Peotone. Guests will enjoy an evening of pizza, cupcakes, bottled water, games, prizes, in addition to entertainment. Comedian and Peotone resident Tracy DeGraaf will emcee, as well as provide a brief stand-up comedy performance.

This event is open to adults ages 18 and over, with singles, couples, and groups welcome. Come by yourself, bring your better half, or round up your favorite friends for an amazing night out.

Tickets are $12 per person and are available in person in the church lobby after the Sunday 9 a.m. Worship Service or online at www.cccpeotone.org.

In addition, Christ Community Church offers: Sunday morning Rooted Children’s Ministry Programs for infants through fifth graders; Wednesday night Awana Club for children in kindergarten through fifth grade; and Sunday night Merge 360 Youth for junior and senior high school students. There also are Bible Studies for men and women on Thursday evenings and a Bible Study for women on Monday mornings.

For additional information about Christ Community Church, visit www.cccpeotone.org or call 708-258-3600.


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