Celebrating 10 Years of Life Change

It is important to have markers in life. God commanded Joshua to set a standing stone to mark what miraculous deeds God had done. This year, as Real Life Church observes its tenth anniversary, we want to do the same!

Our church began with a simple statement: let’s be real about who we are and who God is. If we can remove the barriers that keep people from God, most people desire to know Him. That wish to connect people with God has been our drive for a decade now. Our goal has always been to help people find their real self through a relationship with Christ, and you know what? That is exactly what God has done. It’s only fitting that we mark this with celebration.

On Sunday, August 23rd, we will celebrate all the good things God has done at Real Life Church over the past 10 years. We will have a special day of worship in both services as we look back with joy and thanksgiving and look forward with outrageous faith and confidence of what God will continue to do.

Following the services, we will gather at Captain William Clark Park on the Columbia for a church picnic and baptism celebration! We’ll eat together around 2pm and then hang out for a while, playing games and enjoying fellowship. At 4pm, we’ll start baptisms! We have two picnic sites reserved from 11am until 7pm, so you are welcome to come early and stay late. Bring food for your family, picnic blankets, chairs and outdoor games.

We also want to take the opportunity to thank YOU for helping make Real Life the loving, giving, generous, God-honoring community it is today! This community is something special and we look forward to seeing how God continues to work in, for, and through us in the coming years!

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