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ONE ANOTHER – Living a Marriage That Matters

February 10 @ 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm

The day you married, you most likely shared vows – you promised one another “for richer or poorer, in sickness and in health, for better or for worse…”

After that day, however, we all begin living the “every day,” and whatever that might bring – laughter, tears, successes, disappointments… and sometimes those promises we made to one another begin to fade.

Alpine Chapel Marriage Ministry invites you to attend ONE ANOTHER – an event to encourage and strengthen your relationship! Whether you are soon to be married or have been married for many years, please join us as we delve into what God says about creating a marriage that matters – every day!  

Our guest speaker for this year’s event is Eric Lerew.  Eric is a Jesus follower and wonderful storyteller who is also a husband, father, and grandfather. He has served in ministry for over thirty years in the Chicago area and more recently, has moved to Fort Wayne, Indiana with his wife, Tara, where he works with churches in the areas of vision and evangelism. He believes there is meaning and beauty in the mess and brokenness of marriage, and has helped hundreds of couples understand the purpose of marriage and discover God’s unique vision for their relationship.

Childcare is available.  Invite a few other couples to join you and plan for an evening of fun.  We only have room for 150 couples so don’t miss out! Register today!



When does the event start & end?

Event begins at 5pm and ends at 8pm. Doors will open at 4:45 pm

Who can come to the event?

The “One Another” Event is geared towards married couples, but couples planning to marry are encouraged to attend and will glean great information from the event.

Is this mostly geared to newly married couples?

Not at all. Whether you have been married 30 days or 30 years, you will find much to gain from attending this event. We can all benefit from learning better ways to connect with one another, regardless of our years married! So, do your marriage (and your spouse) a great favor and sign up right away!!

Do we have to be Alpine Chapel attenders to come to this event?

Absolutely not! This is a community event and we welcome all married couples, as well as couples planning to marry. We encourage you to invite a few couple friends to come with you as well, so you can all have the same experience.

My spouse (or fiancé) is not a believer. Will they be comfortable at this event?

The event is geared towards biblical guidance for having a vibrant and healthy marriage. However, anyone with a desire to have an excellent marriage will glean much information from this event. We encourage you to attend.

How much does the event cost?

$40 per couple Early Bird , $60 per couple after January 27.

Might the event sell out?

Yes, it might. We are limiting registrations to 150 couples. We encourage you to register as soon as possible.

Can we support this ministry with a monetary donation?

We are so honored that you would consider giving above and beyond your typical tithing to the work that this ministry is doing to help marriages thrive using biblical wisdom. You can give a monetary donation to the work of Alpine’s Marriage Ministry, and other Alpine Ministries, by going to Alpine Chapel’s giving page.

We are traveling quite a distance to attend this event. Are there accommodations available?

There is a Holiday Inn Express 2 miles from the event, at 197 S Rand Rd in Lake Zurich. You can call them at (847) 726-7500 or make a reservation at www.ihg.com. If that is not financially feasible for you, contact us at marriage@alpinechapel.org. We have a small number of people that are offering a room in their homes at no charge for Sunday night following the One Another Event.

Can I pay at the door?

YES. Tickets may be purchased at the door, unless the event is sold out. Ticket price at the door: $60. To purchase tickets at the door, visit the welcome desk. Doors open at 4:45pm

Will there be handicapped seating?

ADA seating will be reserved in certain areas of the sanctuary. Guests with physical disabilities and one companion are welcome to enter the event 15 minutes early to find their seats. Doors are open for handicapped seating at 4:30pm.

Where do I sit?

The event is general admission. All seating is first come, first served. Doors open at 4:45 pm.

I can’t come to the event anymore, what do I do?

All tickets are non-refundable. Your ticket may be transferred to another person to attend the event. Please email marriage@alpinechapel.org if you need to put another couple’s name in your place.

Can you give me details on what the childcare offering will be like?

We fully understand that Sunday is a “school night” and there may be some challenges to bringing your children. We have set up the childcare evening to assist you and your spouse to have a peaceful and joyful evening, as well as your children. Age appropriate childcare will be offered. If you have specific questions please contact April, our Childcare Ministry Leader at childcare@alpinechapel.org.

Can I bring my infant to the event?

Mothers who are nursing can have their infants with them, however you will need to use the room set aside for parents with infants. However, to get the most from this event we encourage couples to attend alone and use these few hours as an opportunity to be re-filled and refreshed, away from the routine of life.

Can our child sit with us during the event?

No. In order to have the appropriate atmosphere for all participants no children will be allowed, unless it is a nursing infant.

Is food provided during the event?

There will be a few light appetizers, sweets, and water, coffee will be available.

Can I bring my own food to the event?

Outside food and drinks are not permitted in our venues.

Where is parking for the event?

Alpine Chapel has a large parking lot right outside the church doors.


February 10
5:00 pm - 8:00 pm
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Alpine Chapel
23153 W Miller Road
Lake Zurich, IL 60047 United States
(847) 540-8280


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