Faith and Spirituality

One way to feel connected to your local community is joining an organization that shares your views on faith or spirituality. Having a routine is important and by joining you can look forward to a certain day of the week (whether it is Sunday, Saturday, Friday, or another day). For those who are not religious, look to see if there is a secular organization that matches your outlook.

There are far too many churches in LA County to list them all. We have listed a few in each region as an example of the variety in religions and cultures that can be found. If one you want isn’t listed, try one of these online directories for Los Angeles churches, or do a regular web search.

Church Finder

Church Angel

Antelope Valley

Acton: Crown Valley Community Church

Palmdale: Desert Winds Community Church

San Fernando Valley

La Crescenta: New Church of Los Angeles

North Hollywood: InVision Church (LGBT Friendly)

Reseda: As You Are Church (Services in English, Spanish, & Korean)

Shadow Hills: Shadow Hills Presbyterian Church

Valencia: Real Life Church

San Gabriel Valley

Pasadena: Good Shepherd Church (LGBT Friendly)

Pasadena: Pasadena Hindu Temple

San Gabriel: San Gabriel Mission Catholic Community

Metro LA

DTLA: New City Church (LGBT Friendly)

Hollywood: Self-Realization Fellowship Hollywood Temple

Hollywood: United Methodist Church

Koreatown: Oasis LA

Koreatown: Wilshire Boulevard Temple

West Hollywood: United Church of Christ (LGBT Friendly)

West LA

Malibu: Hindu Temple
Santa Monica: Unitarian Universalist Community Church (LGBT Friendly)

East LA

Commerce: St Marcellinus Catholic Church

Whittier: Family Church

South LA

Crenshaw: Crenshaw Christian Center

South Bay

Long Beach: Unitarian Universalist Church

San Pedro: Rock Solid Church

San Pedro: Hope Chapel

 

*Churches listed as LGBT Friendly have self-designated as such on their own websites or social media. You can also visit the Affirming Church Directory to find a Christian church that accepts LGBT visitors.

 

Updated October 6, 2016