a joyful home for all God's people!
11:30 Coffee and Snacks
What to Expect
Please know you’re always welcome. We desire to be a loving and hospitable community. Dress however you like; we’re pretty casual – jeans, business casual, shorts, and sandals. Come.
We are located at 11269 Washington Blvd. in Culver City at the corner of Washington Blvd and Globe Ave. We have a free parking lot off the alleyway behind the church. If that is full, there are usually spots on Globe Ave or Washington Blvd. where you can park for free on Sunday mornings. Why not carpool, bike or take the bus to church? Culver City Buses numbers 1 and 6 drop off is just 1 block away.
When You Arrive
We invite you to enter through any door. Many people choose to enter through the front doors on Washington Blvd. that lead right into the worship space. There are also accessible doors behind the church. This will lead you through the social hall to get to the sanctuary on the left.
You might be unsure about finding a church. Many of us were. You may have grown up in the church and miss the stories and warmth. We did. You may not know what you're looking for or even what all the hype is about. We invite you to come and see. This just may be a place and a people that fit your questions, your explorations, and your deep connection with something greater than yourself. It is for us. We have found belonging here. Maybe you will, too.
Culver City Presbyterian Church welcomes all to worship with us. We believe that God loves all people, and this belief has helped us become a home to people of all races, all nationalities, the LGBTQ community, and the recovery community. Our philosophy is that a loving God puts up no artificial barrier to grace, and we hope you will agree and find your church home with us.
Rev. Dr. Frances Wattman Rosenau
Got kids? We love kids.Children are encouraged to participate in the worship service; however, we know that it can be tough for them to sit through the entire service.
Quality childcare is available for children up to 5 years of age during the worship service from 10:30-11:30.
Childcare is lovingly provided by Chelsea Barnes, a seasoned early educator.
Join us this Sunday, July 23rd, for an Ice Cream Social after worship in the Fellowship Hall. We’ll have many different ice cream flavors and toppings. Spoons provided. Bring your own appetite.
Wade Through Deep Water has been cancelled. We are sad to say that the Holy Fools troupe is stuck in New Mexico after their bus broke down twice in record-breaking heat. They will be unable to join us Saturday at 7 pm. Please do join us at 6 pm for a free dinner followed by Read more about Wade Through Deep Water[…]
Church where wiggles and questions are encouraged! An afternoon for all ages based on story, song, and art focusing on the environment and sustainability. Then dinner. Oh yeah, and it’s free! Saturday, July 8th 4:30 – 6 pm followed by free dinner Stay for Wade Through Deep Water, a dramatic performance of storytelling, drumming and Read more about Messy Church[…]
We cherish our partnership with Habitat for Humanity. They have asked us to come to their aid through advocacy. A lot of the funding Habitat depends on is under threat. Join us in contacting our representatives in Washington to maintain funding for Habitat for Humanity. Below is a sample letter you can write in your Read more about Advocate for Habitat[…]
The conference is free and co-sponsored by the Synod of Southern California and Hawaii, the Presbytery of Pacific and the National Black Presbyterian Caucus of Southern California Bethesda Presbyterian Church 14404 S. Crenshaw Blvd., Gardena, CA 90249 Saturday, June 10th 9am- 1 pm (snacks provided) Registration opens at 8 am. Speakers: Paul Hertig, Azusa Pacific, Read more about A Faithful Response to Immigration[…]
We had the honor and opportunity to surprise David Snyder (center) with the news that he and his son have been selected as one of the families for the Habitat homes across the street on Globe Ave. The children of the church colored a picture of a chicken as a gift, with the question “Why Read more about A Habitat Surprise[…]
April 16th 10:30 am Resurrection Day! We gather to celebrate the empty tomb and our new life in Christ. Our children will sing, and we will celebrate communion. Stay afterwards for an Egg Hunt and Musical Jam Session! Bring your instrument and join in!
Thursday, April 13th 6-7:30 pm There is enough food in the world to end hunger. Imagine ending famine and food insecurity in our lifetime! On the day we traditionally remember the Last Supper when Jesus celebrated communion for the first time, we will have a Hunger Banquet: a meal designed to demonstrate the unequal distribution Read more about Hunger Banquet[…]
April 9th 10:30 am We start in the courtyard and walk into the sanctuary with Palms to celebrate Christ’s entry into Jerusalem. We welcome New Members in worship. Then, Children bring their fish banks for the One Great Hour of Sharing offering.
Pastor Frances W. Rosenau offered ashes to passersby on Ash Wednesday. We begin our journey to Easter with the sign of ashes. This ancient sign speaks of the frailty and uncertainty of human life, and marks the penitence of this community. I invite you, therefore, in the name of Christ, to observe a holy Lent Read more about Ashes to go[…]