[The Sunrise Service] – The Christian Evangelical Churches Of Agua Dulce & Acton sincerely invite you to join us on Easter Sunday at 5 a.m. for a life changing, live, dramatic presentation of the life, crucifixion and resurrection of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. For those who prefer the sunny 2 p.m. Saturday matinee, the presentation and God’s message, are exactly the same.
We invite you to witness a passionate re-enactment of how the God who loves you, the God who would rather die than live without you, has provided a way for those who believe. To experience Salvation and to be with Him in Heaven for all eternity.
Please attend and be out guest. No reservations are necessary.
There is no charge for this event, although donations will be accepted and appreciated to help defray the cost of this presentation.
Heading North on the 405 or 5 Freeway: (Just as you would be heading towards Magic Mountain.)
Take the 14 Freeway North towards Palmdale and exit on Agua Dulce Canyon Road, turn left going under the freeway and proceed a couple of miles until you come to a stop sign. You will then see Vasquez Rocks ahead on your right. Proceed just a short way to the entrance of the park.
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