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All Are Welcome!

We invite you to come to our 11am service, as you are, wherever you may find yourself on your journey of faith. All are welcome. No condemnation here. Our worship style is contemporary and features lively contemporary music. The sermons are informal and relevant, addressing the issues you face in your everyday life. There is also opportunity to offer prayers for personal concerns in your life, our community and our world. Dress is California casual.


This Sunday's Service

Can You Love God and Hate Your Neighbor?

Posted on: Oct 1st, 2015 | By

As the people of God wandered through the wilderness on their journey to freedom, they learned some tough lessons. One of the hardest was “Can I love God and hate my neighbor?” In essence, it’s the same conversation we’re having today around immigration, capital punishment, and “religious freedom.”

The rationale of the “religious freedom” issue that drives me crazy is the blatant use of religion to justify discrimination. It’s like, “If I can’t get away with discriminating against people I disagree with or dislike, let me play the religion card and see if that will work. There are two huge problems with that. The first is, these people keep equating hate with religion. Those who practice hate in the name of God or justify it by religion are absolutely killing religion. Christianity has been through 30-40 years of violent culture wars in the name of righteousness and God. Judaism is having similar problems with some of the most orthodox Jews in Israel fighting more moderate and secular Jews. And extremists in Islam are perpetuating one of the most violent attacks on religion in all of history. None of this is good for religion; not any religion.





West Hollywood Church inspires me with its unapologetic diversity - lesbian couples and their kids, gay couples and their kids, and straight families, too, along with single straight people and single gay people and transgendered people, not to mention people of every color and age – ALL children of God worshipping together.  Every Sunday, I get a glimpse of […]

Emma & Molly

Emma & Molly

I first came to West Hollywood Church in the early 90s, and I’ve seen it change and grow–but from the very first it’s been a place of love and acceptance and welcoming. I always knew it was a place where I would find love and support. Now my daughter Emma is part of the church […]

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