Celebrate Easter all weekend long with your friends at Real Life Church. Friday through Sunday, March 29-31, Real Life is excited to welcome internationally known artist, author, and storyteller Joe Castillo, to share the story of Christ’s resurrection through sand art. Children, too, will experience “The Wonder of It All,” featuring a live giraffe for elementary school kids, and a petting zoo for preschoolers during their class times.
But the excitement doesn’t end with Easter. One week later, April 6 and 7, Real Life will host former Los Angeles Laker, A.C. Green, as a special guest speaker in all five weekend services. Known as the NBA’s Iron Man, Green’s 16 seasons in the NBA resulted in three championships with the Lakers. Today, he is a successful youth mentor, author, speaker, and businessman.
Located at 23841 Newhall Ranch Road, on the corner of Grandview and Newhall Ranch, Real Life Church invites the community to any of nine Easter services:
Children’s programming for nursery through fifth grade is available at all services except 6:30am. We will also have a giant screen in our outdoor amphitheater all weekend long for folks who’d like to experience church in our newly remodeled space.
“We’re excited at all we have in store as we celebrate Christ’s resurrection together,” says Pastor Rusty George. “Can’t wait to see you there.”
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