If you are planning your first visit to Real Life Church, we’d love to do all the planning for you! Click here to let us know the date you plan on visiting, and our VIP Experience team will prepare for your visit.
Where do I park?
Our parking volunteers will gladly direct you to a parking space.
What do I need to know before I go in?
As you walk toward the building, one of the first things you’ll see is a Guest Services kiosk. The folks at the kiosks will answer your questions and direct you to the right place.
Once inside, what do I do with my children?
We have class at every service for nursery - 5th grade. If you have children you’d like to check in to class, Guest Services volunteers will direct you to the children’s area, where another volunteer will help you sign in your kids and get them to their proper classrooms. Your children will enjoy a lesson, music, crafts, and more–all geared specifically to their age group.
Then what do I do?
After dropping off your kids, you’ll head into the auditorium. Someone will hand you a program at the door with information on the church and on our upcoming events. Feel free to ask them any questions. They are there to help.
Do I need to dress up?
No. Get on your casual clothes, pick one of our services, and come join us soon.
What happens after the service?
After church, we invite you to our downstairs lobby to meet with one of our pastors who love to meet you and answer any questions you might have. They have a gift waiting for you, as a special “thank you” for visiting us. Oh, and don’t forget your kids! You can pick them up from the classroom where you dropped them off.
Rusty George is the Lead Pastor of Real Life Church in Valencia, California, which continues to be one of the fastest growing churches in America. Though California is where he now calls home, Rusty was originally born in Oklahoma but spent his childhood in Wichita, Kansas… read more
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Working at Real Life Church is about so much more than a career. It’s a calling. Our dedicated employees are the lead stakeholders in RLC’s mission, vision and values. They work hard to lead and develop RLC’s ministries, helping people find and follow Jesus by being a church that unchurched people find irresistible.
Our Mission At Real Life Church Is Simple. We Want To Help People Find And Follow Jesus.
Real Life Church is available for rental. For more information or to reserve rental of the facility, please click here.
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What is a Life Group?
A Life Group is simply a small group of people from all different backgrounds that get together once a week to share a meal, have some fun and discuss their faith journey and how they can serve those in need.
Real Life Church offers a Children’s Ministry specifically for newborn - 5th Grade
Real Life Church’s Student Ministry consists of two programs. Wired for Middle School students and Generate for High School.
Head here to find out more information about our program for young adults aged 18 through twenty-something.
Want to Volunteer? This is where you can find out how!
At our Valencia Campus we have our Undergrounds coffeehouse, where it’s all about coffee, community, and culture. Undergrounds is a community coffeehouse, brewing locally roasted, organic coffee with a purpose. We want to change the community by doing good.
Our mission at Real Life is to help people find and follow Jesus. We believe that there are 3 foundational practices that you can “live in” that will help you become successful followers.
In addition to the great teaching we enjoy here on the weekends and the Bible discussions taking place in Life Groups each week, we offer an assortment of videos and classes to provide additional information about what it means to be a follower of Jesus.
If you would like to serve people around our city, head to our Local Service area to see all the organizations, events, and projects that are available.
If you would like to serve people around the world, head to our Global Service area to discover the ways that you can travel and serve people through our Missions trips.
We believe that Jesus came to set us free not only from sin, but also from the hurts, habits, and hang ups in life that keep us in bondage day after day. Will-power alone is not enough. We need Christ-centered recovery! We are excited to offer Celebrate Recovery for anyone seeking freedom.
Mentoring is a one-on-one relational experience in which one person empowers another person by investing their God-given wisdom and resources.
Care Groups offer biblically based support on many different topics, including grief, divorce, depression, and more.
Renovate are activities for men, women, and married couples to escape life’s distractions, encounter God, and experience His renovating work in their lives.
Starting on Thursday, March 13, Real Life Church is excited to begin a new series called The Road. For this series, a team traveled to Israel to follow the footsteps of Jesus in the week leading to His death and resurrection.
In the first week of The Road, we will follow the footsteps of Jesus as he enters the city of Jerusalem to the fanfare of the crowds. Jesus chooses to focus on the applause of heaven, and we can learn how to find freedom in Christ through his example.
All of us at some time or another have felt like we’ve been betrayed. This weekend we talk about one of the most famous betrayal’s in history, the betrayal of Jesus by Judas, and what Jesus has to teach us from it.
Bethany Hamilton, the Soul Surfer, will be with us at RLC this Saturday and Sunday to share her powerful testimony. This is a great weekend to bring a friend, but come early or choose the evening services to beat the crowds!
We all have something that we dread. Perhaps it's a conversation with your kids, an issue with your spouse, or a health issue. The problem is that dread can pose a detour, and even Jesus faced it. This week we take a look at how He handled dread.
We are dealing with something that has the ability to END your journey. When we talk about the ups and downs of life…. and you think specifically about the downs… there is a pain that can sometimes seem worse than anything you’ve ever experienced.
We all want to reach the same destination... great family, great job, great friends, and we all want to get to heaven. The issue isn't the destination... it's who we follow to get there! This weekend, we take a look into Jesus' empty tomb.