FUN FUN FUN- Bring snacks, a blanket, and friends and family. Come out and kick your shoes of , maybe do a little dancing ... or maybe not. We are gonna play a bunch of fun tunes and it's gonna be a great summer Sunday. See ya there : )
Bring a lawn chair or picnic blanket and enjoy an evening on Coronado with a full length concert and refreshments and coffee afterwards.
Twilight in the park summer concert series 2022. We are so excited to be back in the swing of things! We look forward to a fun night of music, laughter, community and fresh summer air in the nostalgic Spreckles Organ Pavilion. Come hang out with us!
House Concert (Mt Soledad/ Pacific Beach), San Diego, CA
This event is what I would do every day of my life if I could! WE LOVE intimate concerts where we can share our heart through music . The nature of this setting makes it invite only but I promise there will be more of these to come that will be open to ALL.
This is a free event and everyone is welcome. Come hang out with us at Harry Griffen Park and enjoy some good ol' Rachel Aldous & The Road Home with your Sunday afternoon fun!
We love playing in the historic Spreckles Organ Pavilion in beautiful Balboa Park. It is the highlight of our summer! I hope you can join us for a fun evening of music. Bring a friend!
This is a great way to spend your Saturday evening. There will be free food and we will be playing songs all evening long. Come and bring a friend!
This is a great opportunity to get out and enjoy a picnic and fun music in the park. Bring someone you love and kick your shoes off and enjoy the music and fresh air!
This is an outdoor concert on the church lawn. Bring a lawn chair, a picnic and a friend and will have some fun together! : ) Derek Rice will be playing from 4pm to 5:30
South Park Nights- a night you won’t wanna miss! This is the backyard concert of ALL backyard concerts! Bring friends and be ready to kick your shoes off and stay awhile! This is a 100 percent FREE event and there will be coffee and dessert!
There is nothing more nostalgic and beautiful than Balboa Park's famous Spreckles Organ Pavillion. It is such a fun place to play and always the best crowd! Come be apart of the fun for the Twilight in The Park Concert Series 2019
Rachel Aldous and (some members of The Road Home) will be leading worship for the morning service. I love Aloha Church! If you don't know about them check it out: myalohachurch.com These are an awesome group of fun people that love Jesus! Come hang with us! And a bonus- They always serve a free pancake breakfast too! Don't miss out.
This is going to be a great opportunity to help the foster families that were victims of the Camp Fire in Butte County. Come out and show some love and enjoy a fun night of Christmas tunes and BBQ!
Join us for a night of stories and songs... The only thing is- it's a women only event. Sorry guys, unless you are in the band you'll have to sit this one out.
We love Sunday evening concerts in the park! This would be a great time to grab some lawn chairs or a blanket and pillow and your favorite picnic snacks and bring the family down for a lovely concert in the park. Don't miss out!
We absolutely LOVE Little Italy. And there is something so fun about getting dinner and maybe some yummy gelato and enjoying live music while you dance or sit and soak in the music. Come have fun with us!
Come join us for a fun concert on the lawn! There will be food and drinks and community all for free! Don't miss out on the fun!
My last conversation with Grandma Faye
I remember it was late in the evening, but her lights were still on. I could hear the pecans cracking under the weight of my tires as I pulled onto her driveway one last time.
We sat together and she grabbed my hand. She had the softest skin. Her deep wrinkles and weak smile said more than her words. This woman had been through a lot. I never felt closer to her more than I did right then. Never had we so much in common as we did at that moment. In a hushed voice, she divulged the specifics of her own story of suffering at the hands of someone who she somehow still loved. He was indeed a hard man to love. Her voice quivered as her story poured out.
I was headed three states away to escape my abuser. I was pregnant and scared. She understood me. She cried with me and squeezed my hand. She said, "You leaving like you are - you're doing the right thing now, ya hear?!" Now you can raise that baby without any fear. She was right. Her words were a comfort to me. Those were the last words she ever spoke to me. My grandmother passed away two weeks after Joel was born.
Grandma Faye was a prayer warrior. She was kind, compassionate, and loved deeply. Her relationship with Jesus was real and beautiful. Grandma Faye, I know you would be proud of me for not allowing one mistake to define my entire life and the lives of my children. Thank you for the courage that you imparted to me that night. You are missed.
If you want to read my whole story click here: https://rachelaldous.com/files/246281/rachels-book.pdf