ANAHEIM, CA — Greg Laurie, founder and lead pastor of Harvest Churches and Harvest Crusades, hosted two nights of worship on July 1st and 2nd at Honda Center in Anaheim, California for the 33rd annual SoCal Harvest Crusade.
This year’s crusade was an immersive experience of sight and sound with music from Chris Tomlin, Phil Wickham, Passion, Taya and Michael W. Smith as well as a special message of hope from Pastor Greg Laurie.
Started in 1990 by Greg Laurie and Chuck Smith, pastor and founder of Calvary Chapel, SoCal Harvest Crusade is an annual crusade held in southern California.
Since 1990, Harvest Crusades have been held in the United States, Canada, New Zealand and Australia. More than 8 million people have attended Laurie’s crusades in person, and millions more have participated online. More than 700,000 people have made professions of faith in Christ through Harvest outreaches. For the first time, Harvest Crusade will be held at Honda Center in Anaheim.
A live-stream option will be available on harvest.org, the Harvest App, Apple TV, Roku, and Greg Laurie’s Facebook and YouTube pages for those who are not able to attend in person.
“This year’s crusade will be a bit of a ‘throw-back’ to the crusades of the ‘90s that had more of a worship focus,” said Pastor Greg Laurie. “We will have some of the nation’s finest worship leaders joining us, including Chris Tomlin, Phil Wickham, Passion, Taya and the legendary Michael W. Smith. It will be an immersive worship experience with evangelism.”
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Greg Laurie and musical guests are available for interviews.
Greg Laurie is the pastor and founder of the Harvest churches in California and Hawaii and of Harvest Crusades. He is an evangelist, best-selling author and movie producer. His latest film ‘Jesus Revolution,’ from Lionsgate and Kingdom Story Company, earned more than $51 million in box office receipts.
Source: JDA Worldwide, SoCal Harvest welcomes over 50,000 people to Angel Stadium and 160,000 online