Popular Christian comedian comes to Kelowna

Phill Callaway and guitarist Jay Calder will perform Couples Night Out show June 7 at Trinity Church.

  • May. 23, 2012 11:00 a.m.

Phil Callaway will be joined by award winning guitarist Jay Calder for a performance of their show  Couples Night Out, an evening of fun and faith for couples, in Kelowna on Thursday, June 7

Callaway is an award-winning Canadian comedian and author of 24 books. Callaway’s greatest passion is telling stories that help people laugh and learn about the things that matter most.

Calder’s first solo guitar CD, Breakfast With Barnabas, was nominated for Instrumental Album of the Year at the Canadian Vibe Awards, and received the Best Acoustic Artist Award at the Toronto Independent Music Awards.

Couples Night Out is intended to inspire couples with a relevant message they can take home and apply to their lives and marriages.

Couples Night Out will be performed at Trinity Churchy,  7:30 p.m.  Tickets are $5/couple and are available at the door, and online through ticketwindow.ca.

For more information visit www.couplesnightout.ca.

 

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