HOLLYWOOD LUTHERAN CHURCH
Embracing the community with Christ's Inclusive Love
Serving Hollywood • Los Feliz • Silverlake • Echo Park • since 1921
Our facilities are handicap-accessible.
There is ample free parking.
1733 N. New Hampshire Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90027
Phone: (323) 667-1212 • Fax: (323) 667-1222
Sunday Eucharist (Holy Communion) Service: 10:00 a.m.
Thursday Midweek Prayer (Taize) Service: 7:00 p.m.
from the Hollywood Freeway (Hwy 101):
Northbound: exit at Vermont, turn right and proceed north; west on Hollywood Blvd., right on New Hampshire.
Southbound: exit at Gower, turn left at end of ramp; turn right on Franklin and continue east; turn right on New Hampshire.
by public transportation:
Metro Red Line: Exit at the Sunset & Vermont station. Walk north two blocks to Hollywood Blvd., west one block to New Hampshire.
DASH Hollywood (Clockwise Route and Counterclockwise Route), and
DASH Los Feliz also come within one block of Hollywood Lutheran Church, and operate on Sundays. For further information, see LADOT Transit Information.
Southwest California Synod: Rev. Dean W. Nelson, Bishop. ELCA: Rev. Mark S. Hanson, Presiding Bishop.
We are a Reconciling in Christ congregation, participating in the program of Lutherans Concerned/North America: we warmly welcome gay/lesbian, bisexual and transgender persons, without prejudice or judgment, to participate fully in the life of our congregation. The Southwest California Synod is a Reconciling in Christ Synod.
About our Web sites:
Hollywood Lutheran Church has several web sites so that each one can provide direct and easily-found information about our programs or cooperative work with others community efforts. Please check out these other addresses on the web!
www.HollywoodCallback.org -- social gatherings and support for those working or trying to work in the Hollywood industries
www.HollywoodRemembers.org -- HIV/AIDS education, ministry and memorials
More information is available on our Other Web Sites.
This site, www.HollywoodLutheran.org, received more than 17,000 visitors last year.