SCHEDULE DETAILS + FAQs
DATE - Monday, May 13, 2019
- Allen County War Memorial Coliseum Expo | 4000 Parnell Avenue |
Fort Wayne, IN 46805
- 7:00 - 9:00 PM | Doors open at 6:00 PM
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Why should I come?
In today's world there's often a sense of despair, loss, and hopelessness. At FCA, however, we are seeing God work in incredible ways in our community. This year we're thrilled to have Mike Singletary share from his heart of God's faithfulness in his life. True hope is often lost in the headlines of our day, but we believe the ultimate solution for people today can only be found through Jesus Christ. To complete our Night of Hope, we'll also have the privilege to worship with renowned recording artist, Charles Billingsley.
Is there a cost to attend Night of Hope?
The event is FREE, but registration is required.
You say it's free, but really?
Yes! This is something we view as a wonderful opportunity to give back to our community. We truly want this to be a night of inspiration and hope without an obligation to give. With that being said, as a fully staffed team, our daily financial needs are significant. If you feel led to support FCA or would like to help underwrite the expenses of the evening, feel free to DONATE ONLINE or mail a check to FCA Night of Hope | 578 Geiger Drive, Ste. A1 | Roanoke, IN 46783.
How are the registrations processed?
Registration uses the Eventbrite app. All registrations are handled electronically and a registration pass is issued via email in a pdf attachment. They're all separately numbered so there's a separate pass/page for each person. General Admission Seating allows for up to 10 registration passes per order.
How much is parking?
The Coliseum provides parking at the cost of $6 per vehicle (cash only).
Which entrance will I use?
Guests will enter through the front Arena/Expo Center Entrance.
I have a certain seating request. Can you seat me in a certain section/row/seat?
General Admission Seating is on a first-come, first-served basis. Doors open at 6:00 PM. The earlier you come, the more seats you will have to choose from. Fortunately, the Coliseum Expo will have excellent views from each side of the stage, so you won't miss anything!
Can I bring my team, school, church, or group?
Yes! Groups of 50 or more people can be accommodated by first registering your group on the Group Registration page. You will then be given an access code for your group to use when they register. This will allow us to designate a section so you can all sit together. All seats not occupied by 6:45 PM will need to be released for general seating.
Will there be reserved seating for handicapped?
The Expo provides accessible seating for wheelchairs on every level of the Expo; however, because the event is general admission, seating is on a first-come, first-served basis.
Can friends or family sit in the wheelchair section with me?
Yes! Each guest in a wheelchair is allowed one companion seat in the accessible seating area. Wheelchair companion seats are reserved for the companions of guests in wheelchairs. All wheelchair seating is in close proximity to general seating so you won't be far from the rest of your party.
What should I wear?
While we're much more concerned about you being able to attend the Night of Hope than what you're wearing, typical dress would be business casual. Feel free to come as you are!
Can I bring my kids?
Families are welcome and certainly encouraged to attend! This is a family friendly event, but please keep in mind some of the topics may be sensitive to younger audiences. With that being said, this ministry has many opportunities that directly involve younger kids! We'd love to talk to you about getting them involved in FCA!
Anything we missed?
Do you have more questions? Feel free to call us at (260) 672-8482 or send an email to Amy Kissell.