War on Easter in Los Angeles
Note: today is the one year (and two days) anniversary of Kill The Afterlife, and to celebrate, I will post pictures for the first time ever!
Yesterday, April 14, I conducted a mission for the War on Easter in the city of Los Angeles. My supplies included one God Who Wasn't There DVD with a special message inside, and a fistful of flyers.
The first church I visited was the Woodland Hills Community Church:
Nobody was there, and the doors were all locked. So I left a few flyers, including this one on the outside bulletin board:
Next I visited the Church of Christ and the In His Presence Church.
The Church of Christ was all locked up, but In His Presence was open and getting ready for Easter. However, there were too many people inside In His Presence, and I couldn't plant anything nor take any photos except the one of the sign that I captured out front.
The last church I hit was St. Francis de Sales in Sherman Oaks.
When I arrived at the church, there were some people on the grounds, but they appeared to be leaving. I waited for them to get in their car and drive away, and then I walked up to the church. I saw a sign above a gate on the side of the building that indicated a school, and figured it would be a perfect place for an Easter flier:
There was a piece of paper taped to the door of the church that said the Friday afternoon service was about an hour away. I tried to open the door, but it was locked. It had been raining in Los Angeles most of the day, but the rain had paused and the sun had broken through the clouds for just a moment. The sun would soon set, and another churchgoer would be arriving any minute. I decided to leave my Easter present at the front door:
A fistful of flyers and one anti-afterlife DVD deployed.