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Welcome to Agape Connection, Inc.

We are a community-based organization that offers multiple services to children and youth in Aurora and the surrounding Western Suburbs. From cultural education to performing arts to academic intervention, we strive to provide initiatives that will improve the life of the diverse residents of our community.

OUR BEGINNINGS
Beginning in 1991, Agape Connection Incorporated has made its presence felt in the area of service to the Aurora community. Formed as a not-for-profit, 501 (c)(3) community-based organization, it functions as a Community Development Corporation and is governed by a Board of Directors.

OUR VISION
Agape seeks to respond to the needs of the community in Aurora as well as the entire West Suburban Chicago area. Our intent and common goal in Agape Connection’s various initiatives is to make significant and lasting contributions toward improving the quality of life for the residents of Aurora and its surrounding communities.

Our programming efforts fulfill our vision by increasing awareness on certain issues, enhancing self-sufficiency, and empowering members of the community through training, counseling, and programs for children and youth.

Know that we would be delighted to have you partner with our service – as a volunteer, donor, or staff member.



UPCOMING EVENT

AUDITORIUM THEATRE & AGAPE CONNECTION PRESENTS
“SONGS OF A DREAM”
OCTOBER 3, 2015 - 6 P.M. | St. John AME Church | 2950 Bilter Road, Aurora, IL  60502

Drawing from their own lives and relationship, Alfreda Burke—hailed by the Chicago Tribune as a voice that’s… “voluptuous, creamy and luxuriant”—and Rodrick Dixon whose “voice has a quality like polished steel under tension–flexible and ringingly resonant,” (Chicago Tribune) treat audiences to an intimate performance filled with a diverse lineup of songs including Broadway favorites, spiritual gems and operatic treasures. With musical direction by Matt Long, “Songs of a Dream” tells the story of two driven musicians whose passion for music and each other resonates throughout their lives. Burke and Dixon co-created this piece with the Auditorium Theatre, where they annually perform as soloists in the hit production of Too Hot to Handel: The Jazz-Gospel Messiah, which celebrated its 10th smash year on the Auditorium’s landmark stage last January.

PLEASE SEE TICKET INFORMATION ON THE RIGHT SIDE OF THIS PAGE


 




SONGS OF A DREAM
October 3, 2015 at 6:00 PM
St. John AME Church
2950 Bilter RoadAurora, IL 60502
ADULT TICKET $30.00
YOUTH TICKET $15.00
Children Under 12 FREE
Call 630.898.5333

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