The Non-Traditional Church In Los Angeles
Since its inception in 1962, the Church in Los Angeles has devoted itself to preaching the gospel, worship, and spread the word of God and his begotten son Jesus Christ. The Church in Los Angeles is non-denominational, preferring to welcome anybody and everybody who embraces the Christian faith. They follow the New Testament pattern of Christ’s believers meeting based on where they live. The Church of Los Angeles is very non-traditional in that its congregants do not have a traditional church building in which to meet every weekend. The church is looking forward to celebrating its 50th anniversary this year.
The congregants meet on Sundays in the homes of their members and other local gathering places for their service. They feel that their community is held together by its spirit and religious beliefs, and that a traditional church is not what is needed for them to worship. The Church of Los Angeles conducts its meetings in English, Spanish, Korean, and Chinese. If you are unable to make it out to one of their meeting places for a Sunday service, you may sign up for a personal home visit or a phone call.
The Church in Los Angeles’ belief is based on the Holy Bible, which they believe is the undisputed written word of God. They believe that God is a single entity who contains within himself the Father, the Son, and the Holy Ghost.
The Church of Los Angeles also upholds the ideal that Jesus Christ is the one true son of God, the Father, and that he died on the cross for us. In doing so he brought eternal redemption to mankind. The church states that all humans are sinners from the time that they are born and can only redeem themselves through penance to God and belief in Jesus Christ.