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


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.