Unitarian Universalist Cathedral Church
Founded in 1877, First Church is the oldest Unitarian Universalist congregation in the greater Los Angeles area. Our present building was constructed in 1927. For more information about the history of our congregation see our Wikipedia article.
Fritchman Auditorium seats 700 persons. Channing Hall is a social hall with a stage and an attached kitchen – perfect for large parties and theatrical events. There are five meeting rooms on three floors, that can accommodate 20 – 75 persons, and a half a dozen small offices. The basement has additional spaces for classes or workshops plus a gymnasium that can be used as a banquet or meeting room. Our central courtyard is a comfortable space for receptions.
First Church is a short walk from the Wilshire/Vermont Metro Station, which is itself a short subway ride from Union Station.
First Church is happy to share its spaces and convenient central location as a meeting place for Unitarian Universalists in the greater Los Angeles area.
First Church is a shared resource of the Unitarian Universalist faith in the greater Los Angeles area. When Unitarian Universalists seek to work together on issues that are bigger than a single parish church they use the facilities of the largest, oldest and most centrally-located church: First Church.