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Online worship services in a time of pandemic

Many additional congregations are streaming Sunday and weekday services. To add your church’s offerings to this list, send information to news@ladiocese.org.

Please note that it is not necessary to have a Facebook account to view videos on Facebook.

Streaming Sunday services

Bishop John Harvey Taylor (from the Episcopal Residence)
12 p.m. Noonday Prayer
Streaming here (Bishop Taylor’s Facebook page)
and here (Diocese of Los Angeles Facebook page)

Saint Mark’s Church, Altadena
Podcast: “Saint Mark’s Church, Altadena, on Air”
Liturgy of the Word: music, prayers, Sunday readings, sermon.
On demand: posted early every Sunday morning).
Available on YouTube, Apple Podcast, and other podcast apps.

St. Stephen’s Church, Beaumont
9:15 a.m. Morning Prayer with Sermon
Streaming here

St. Columba’s Church, Camarillo
9:30 a.m. Sunday Worship. During May St. Columba’s will join Mount Cross Lutheran Church on Sunday mornings for worship; their clergy will share preaching and presiding roles.
Streaming here (Facebook)
Bulletins here

St. Michael and All Angels, Corona del Mar
Click here for service offerings

St. Michael the Archangel Church, El Segundo
Click here for service offerings

Emmanuel Church, Fullerton
10 a.m. Morning Prayer
Streaming here (Facebook Live)

Grace Church, Glendora
Morning Prayer (Any time after 8 a.m.)
Streaming here (YouTube)

St. Andrew & St. Charles Church, Granada Hills
10 a.m. Morning Prayer
On demand (YouTube) here

St. Wilfrid of York Church, Huntington Beach
Morning Prayer
On demand here

St. Andrew’s, Irvine
Click here for service offerings

St. Mary’s Church, Laguna Beach
8 a.m. Morning Prayer
Streaming here (Facebook) and here (Instagram)
Service leaflets here

St. George’s Church, Laguna Hills
Morning Prayer
On-demand here (website)

St. Mary’s Church, Lompoc
10 a.m. Morning Prayer: The Rev. Michael Cunningham, rector, presiding
Streaming here (Facebook)

St. Gregory’s Church, Long Beach
10:15 a.m. Modified Eucharist (Liturgy of the Word with Sermon, hymn)
The Rev. Michael Fincher, presiding
Streaming here (Facebook)
Bulletins are available here

St. James in-the-City, Los Angeles
10:30 a.m. English
12:30 p.m. Korean
Streaming here

St. Mary’s Church (Mariposa-Koreatown), Los Angeles
10 a.m. Morning Prayer (English)
12 p.m. Morning Prayer (Spanish)
The Rev Laurel Coote, presiding
Streaming here (Facebook Live)

St. James’ Church, Newport Beach
10 a.m., Holy Eucharist
The Rev. Canon Cindy Evans Voorhees, vicar, preaching and presiding
Streaming and on-demand here

All Saints/ Todos los Santos, Oxnard
9:15 Morning Prayer (English)
11:15 Oracion Matutina (Espanol)
Celebrant: Melissa Campbell-Langdell, rector
Music: Dr. Ted Lucas and others
Streaming here (Facebook)

Parish of St. Matthew, Pacific Palisades
9 a.m. Morning Prayer
Streaming here

All Saints Church, Pasadena
11 a.m. Children’s Chapel / Holy Eucharist / Virtual Coffee Hour (English)
1 pm – Holy Eucharist (English/Spanish) / Virtual Coffee Hour
Instructions are here. (Check early in order to sign into Zoom)

St. John Chrysostom, Rancho Santa Margarita
Click here for service offerings

All Saints Church, Riverside
8 a.m. Morning Prayer
10 a.m. Morning Prayer
Streaming here (Facebook)

St. Clement’s by the Sea Church, San Clemente
10 a.m. Worship
Links to video here (Facebook)
Service in English and Spanish

Church of Our Saviour, San Gabriel
7:45 a.m. Morning Prayer (Rite 1)
10:15 a.m. Morning Prayer (Rite 2)
The Rev. Jeff Thornberg, rector, presiding
Streaming here

St. Edmund’s Church, San Marino
10 a.m. Sunday Morning Prayer with organ and choir soloists
Streaming here (YouTube Premiere)

St. Peter’s Church, San Pedro
10 a.m. with music
Streaming here (Facebook)

All Saints by-the-Sea, Santa Barbara
Morning Prayer with sermon
On demand: click here for directions and links.

Trinity Church, Santa Barbara
Click here for service offerings

St. Stephen’s Church, Santa Clarita
10:00 a.m. Morning Prayer with Sermon
The Rev. Christopher Montella, presiding
Streaming here (Facebook)
Bulletins are available here

St. Augustine’s Church, Santa Monica
10:30 a.m. worship
Streaming here (Facebook)

Church of the Ascension, Sierra Madre
9 a.m. Morning Prayer with sermon (English)
The Rev Canon Michael A. Bamberger and the Rev. Joshua McGuffie, presiding alternately
Streaming here (Facebook)

St. Paul’s, Tustin
Click here for service offerings

St. Mark’s Church, Upland
Wednesday Evening worship (Compline or Evening Prayer) 7 p.m.
Streaming here (Facebook)

St. Paul’s Church, Ventura
10: 15 a.m. Sunday Service: music, scripture, sermon, spiritual communion
Streaming here (You Tube) and here (Facebook)
Weekly video series here

Weekday and special services

St. Stephen’s Church, Beaumont
10 a.m. Morning Prayer with announcement of community concerns
7 p.m. Compline (prerecorded)
Streaming here

All Saints’ Church, Beverly Hills
6 p.m. Daily Compline
Streaming here (Facebook)

St. Columba’s Church, Camarillo
Second Fridays (May 8), 7 p.m. Celtic Contemplative Prayer
Fourth Sunday (May 24), 5:30 p.m. Taizé worship
Streaming here (Facebook)
Bulletins here

St. Michael the Archangel, El Segundo
Click here for service offerings

Emmanuel Church, Fullerton
Monday – Saturday 8 a.m. Morning Prayer
Monday – Saturday 5 p.m. Evening Prayer
Streaming here (Facebook)

St. Cross Church, Hermosa Beach
Compline nightly 7 p.m.
Streaming here (Facebook)

St. Gregory’s Church, Long Beach
Monday through Fridays: 5 p.m. Evening Prayer
The Rev. Michael Fincher, presiding
Streaming here (Facebook)
Bulletins are available here

St. Thomas of Canterbury Church, Long Beach
Monday – Friday 9 a.m. Morning Prayer (Rite II)
Streaming here (Facebook)

St. Mary’s Church (Mariposa-Koreatown), Los Angeles
Wednesday 8 p.m. Compline (English)
Wednesday 8:30 p.m. Compline (Spanish)
The Rev Laurel Coote, presiding
Streaming here (Facebook Live)
Friday 12 p.m. Conversation and Check-in
Streaming here (Facebook Live)

Parish of St. Matthew, Pacific Palisades
Wednesday 10 a.m. Morning Prayer
Streaming here

All Saints’ Church, Riverside
Fridays – 12 p.m. Sacred Music
Streaming here (Facebook)

The Community of Divine Love Monastery, San Gabriel
The Sacred Journey Zoom Community
Wednesdays 7 – 8 p.m.
“Guided by the life and teachings of Jesus, we are a safe and sacred space where we can gather in community explore critical and relevant issues of faith and spirituality in a small-group setting. All are welcome.”
For Zoom link, email to br.dennis@aol.com

Church of Our Saviour, San Gabriel
Nightly 6 p.m. Compline
Wednesday 11:30 a.m. Morning Prayer
The Rev. Jeff Thornberg, rector, presiding
Streaming here

St. Edmund’s Church, San Marino
Streaming here (YouTube Premiere)

St. Peter’s Church, San Pedro
Nightly 9 p.m. Compline
Streaming here (Facebook)

Trinity Church, Santa Barbara
Click here for service offerings

St. Augustine’s Church, Santa Monica
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 8 a.m. Worship
Streaming here (Facebook)

Church of the Ascension, Sierra Madre
Wednesdays 5:40 –  Evening Prayer (English)
The Rev. Joshua McGuffie, presiding
Music by Jobi McGuffie
Streaming here (Facebook)

St. Mark’s, Upland
7 p.m. Wednesday Evening worship (Compline or Evening Prayer)
Streaming here (Facebook)

Prince of Peace, Woodland Hills
10 a.m. Easter Worship service Streaming here

Stillpoint: The Center for Christian Spirituality
Weekday Daily Centering Prayer 5:30 – 6 p.m.
Thursday, May 7, 6 – 7 p.m.: Contemplative Liturgies celebrating the eve of the Feast of St. Julian of Norwich,
Thursday, May 21, 6 – 7 p.m. Feast of the Ascension
Zoom links here

The Top 10 Reasons to Attend Online Church

By Tim Schenck

  1. You can wear your PJs to church.
  2. Drink coffee DURING the sermon to stay awake.
  3. Hungry? Don’t wait for coffee hour. Grab that donut RIGHT NOW!
  4. Every Sunday is the Blessing of the Animals.
  5. Bad hair day? Who cares!
  6. You can scroll through Facebook during the “boring parts.”
  7. La-Z-Boy > Uncomfortable pew.
  8. Seven year itch? “Cheat” on your pastor by tuning in to another church’s service without even breaking one of the 10 Commandments!
  9. No kneeling. Or standing, for that matter.
  10. Keeping connected to God and your community during this unprecedented time.

The Rev. Tim Schenck is rector of St. John the Evangelist Church, Hingham, Massachusetts, and creator of Lent Madness.