Sacred Spaces

You are invited to feel God's presence when you enter our worship spaces.

Sanctuary

The sanctuary, built in 1947, was designed by Los Angeles architect Harry L. Pierce in a Spanish Colonial Revival style. The Judson Studios, Los Angeles' historic Craftsman glassmaking firm, made the stained glass windows. The 3-manual, 27-stop pipe organ was made to order by Casavant Brothers, Ltd. of St. Hyacinthe, Quebec, Canada, considered by many to be among the best organ-makers in North America.

The Chapel

The modern chapel off the northwest corner of the sanctuary inspires meditation and prayer.

Founders' Room

Founders' Room offers a place for meaningful discussions and spiritual growth.

Heicher Hall

Heicher Hall, our multipurpose building on the rear of the campus,
was built in 1953, and is a site for fellowship activities, meetings, and classrooms.

The sanctuary, chapel, fellowship hall, and meeting spaces are wheelchair accessible, and there are wheelchair-accessible restrooms.  For more information about renting these spaces, click here.