Join us for the All Peoples Christian Church Bible Study & Community Gathering every Wednesday at 6pm.  Use the link https://us04web.zoom.us/j/836319409 or go to zoom.us and enter the Meeting ID: 836 319 409 to join. ALL are welcome!

Join us for the All Peoples Christian Church Bible Study & Community Gathering every Wednesday at 6pm. Use the link https://us04web.zoom.us/j/836319409 or go to zoom.us and enter the Meeting ID: 836 319 409 to join. ALL are welcome!

                                "No matter who, no matter what, no matter where you are on the journey of life, you are welcome in this place."

Social Media

Reach us on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/AllPeoplesChristianChurch/

or you can email Reverend Robert Blair at rblair1a@gmail.com

822 E. 20th Street, Los Angeles 90011

All Peoples Christian Church Los Angeles- Practicing the Radical Love and Radical Hospitality of Jesus Christ! We are a progressive Christian community of faith.  

By calling ourselves progressive Christians, we mean we are Christians who…

1. Believe that following the path of the teacher Jesus can lead to healing and wholeness, a mystical connection to “God,” as well as an awareness and experience of not only the Sacred, but the Oneness and Unity of all life;

2. Affirm that the teachings of Jesus provide but one of many ways to experience “God,” the Sacredness, Oneness and Unity of life, and that we can draw from diverse sources of wisdom, including Earth, in our spiritual journey;

3. Seek and create community that is inclusive of ALL people, including but not limited to:

Conventional Christians and questioning skeptics,

Believers and agnostics,

Those of all races, cultures, and nationalities

Those of all sexual orientations and all gender identities,

Those of all classes and abilities,

Those historically marginalized,

All creatures and plant life;

4. Know that the way we behave towards one another and Earth is the fullest expression of what we believe, therefore we vow to walk as Jesus might have walked in this world with radical compassion, inclusion, and bravery to confront and positively change the injustices we experience as well as those we see others experiencing;

5. Find grace in the search for understanding and believe there is more value in questioning with an open mind and open heart, than in absolutes or dogma;

6. Work toward peace and justice among all people and all life on Earth;

7. Protect and restore the integrity of our Earth and all of Creation;

8. Commit to a path of life-long learning, compassion, and selfless love on this journey toward a personally authentic and meaningful faith.


  As an open and affirming community we welcome and support our LGBTQ+ siblings.   We celebrate God's love for all.  We celebrate our differences and diversity always seeking to be a "living mosaic of God's love.  Our community enjoys fellowship with open and loving people who seek to fulfill the dream that "...God's house shall be called a house of prayer for all peoples!" (Isaiah 56:7) 

DIRECTIONS
Just off the I-10 - one block off the intersection of West Washington Blvd and South San Pedro Street in historic South Los Angeles
Two blocks south of San Pedro stop on LA Metro Blue Line. 
822 East 20th Street, Los Angeles, CA 90011 
Phone: (714) 943-4777


 

Previous events

Feb10

Urban Garden blessing

Across The street from the Center

Join us Sunday, February 10th 2019, for the blessing of the All Peoples Community Center. Join us in the garden among the vegetables and fruits for fellowship, worship, song, prayer! We will also get to taste some of the wonderful food from the very farm itself!

Welcome Home Baskets

All Peoples supported the LA Mayor's office "Welcome Home Program." The program invites hosts to gather household and personal items in laundry baskets. These are provided to (formerly homeless) persons who have been placed into apartments. This important ministry is a small gesture to show that we care, and to help provide stability for some who need it the most. All Peoples' Doug Hileman presents the church's baskets to LAFD's finest.

Peace Sunday (4th annual!): "Change: Conflict or Peace?"

The Rev. Florentino Cordova shared his experience growing up in New Mexico, and dealing with the kinds of changes that life throws at us all. External forces often begin with conflict with change; "Tino" shared perspectives on how we can turn changes into opportunities to achieve peace with ourselves and those around us.
All Peoples hosts annual events to coordinate with the United Nations' International Day of Peace (September 21).