Following Christ’s call to love our neighbors as ourselves, our congregation dedicates itself to shining God’s light where God’s loving care is sorely needed. We feel a particular call to serve those in our local community who are suffering from poverty, homelessness, economic oppression and hunger.
Every year our parishioners, loved ones and clergy join Episcopalians around Los Angeles to proclaim God’s love for all people at LA Pride. We gather outdoors and share the Eucharist, then march in the parade through West Hollywood. This past year our team was the largest one in the diocese!
Every month our parish prepares and serves a meal for Safe Place for Youth (SPY) on the Westside whose mission is to inspire, nurture, and empower the resilient human spirit of homeless youth by providing immediate and lasting solutions through street outreach, a drop-in center and case management.
Join our cooking team monthly as we shop, chop and cook the meal on a Wednesday eve…Read More »
In partnership with ImagineLA, we have a team of people providing long-term hands-on support and mentorship to a formerly homeless family that has secured permanent housing. Imagine LA harnesses the power of volunteer mentorship teams, like ours, and existing community resources to empower families to transition from homelessness to self-sufficiency.
Our parish supports the Neighborhood Youth Association (NYA) and their afterschool program that provides low-income and at-risk youth ages 6-18 with targeted, individualized academic support, leadership development, STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) learning activities, creative writing and arts enrichment, college readiness along with mentoring and scholarships for c…Read More »
CLUE mobilizes clergy and lay leaders of all faiths to join low-wage workers in their struggles for justice. Together with activist organizations in Santa Monica and Los Angeles, CLUE helps workers and their families in their battles for good jobs and dignity in the workplace.