It was wonderful being back in the Sanctuary on Christmas Eve after 21 weeks of outdoor services. As of December 19th, theLA County Public Health Department authorized places of worship to meet indoors. We have the added advantage of making use of our larger Sanctuary and downstairs facilities which will give us more room to stay compliant with social distancing requirements. All the previous and current protocols that you have grown accustomed to will remain. This Sunday we will also cordon off every other row for you so please make use of all of our pews front and back. I’m looking forward to seeing you and worshiping with you again tomorrow.
University Bible Church is an independent Christian church in the Protestant tradition.
Its central tenets are found in its Articles of Faith and include belief in: the Deity and Lordship of Jesus Christ; the Trinity; Jesus’ perfect life, atoning death on the cross, bodily resurrection, and ascension; Jesus’ literal return; the inerrancy of the Bible in its original manuscripts; and our need for salvation through personal faith in Jesus Christ.
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Morning Prayer Time
• Coffee Room •
Join us for a time of prayer before Sunday service.
Morning Worship Service
Sunday morning worship and service takes place in the main sanctuary.
Sunday Kids Church
Kids meet for opening games, pledges, lesson pitch, and snacks. At 11 am, kids join their parents for worship in the sanctuary then follow the teachers to their classes.
All Church Lunch
• Family Room •
Please join us for lunch after the service.
Everyone is welcome!
We offer Kids, Teens and Adult Bible studies. Each month will bring a new Bible-centered topic covering a broad range of subjects.
Welcome to University Bible Church in Westwood!
We want you to know Jesus the Messiah for yourself, and grow in your relationship to Him. Jesus is alive, He loves you, and He wants you to know Him.
“We must allow the Word of God to confront us, to disturb our security, to undermine our complacency and to overthrow our patterns of thought and behavior.”
“He died not for men, but for each man. If each man had been the only man made, He would have done no less.”
“I realized that the deepest spiritual lessons are not learned by His letting us have our way in the end, but by His making us wait, bearing with us in love and patience until we are able to honestly to pray what He taught His disciples to pray: Thy will be done.”
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