Worship Service on Saturdays, 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM
First Presbyterian Church of Inglewood
100 N. Hillcrest Blvd., Inglewood, CA 90301
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Church

Keep The Unity

Our congregation celebrated its 50th anniversary eight years ago.  Here’s how we will reach our 60th.  21 minutes

The Irresistible Jesus

Do Christians continue in our walk of faith– even with all challenges and trials that come with it– because we are drawn to an irresistible Jesus?  39 minutes

The Bride of Christ

The God who made the thunder and lightning, the Mighty God wants to marry us.  Throughout the bible, the recurring metaphor is that God is our husband and the church is his bride.  22 minutes

The Multi-Cultural Church

As Christians we are more than mere human beings due to the indwelling of the Holy Spirit.  And as such we are to accept and welcome everyone, unconditionally, as Jesus has accepted us.  Doing so is tantamount to worshiping God, for he intended that his church should be a multi-cultural church from the very beginning. …

What Is your Great Commission?

The “Great Commission”  Jesus gave his disciples, described in Mathew 28:18-20, also applies to the church today.  Collectively, Christians are called to bring the Light of Jesus to a spiritually dark world, serving as ambassadors and soldiers on behalf of his kingdom.  Because each of us is unique, God’s plan for each person fulfilling that…

Learning to Work With People Different From Us

Diversity can lead to division as people live different lives influenced by different traditions and backgrounds.  Such division often generates fear, distrust and discrimination.  The church is called to be a Christ-centered community in diversity, overcoming differences in practices and customs through love.  Here pastor Bermie Dizon discusses how we can learn to live and work with people…

When We Get Disappointed

Do you get disappointed with the church?  If so, welcome to the real church!  Pastor Bermie Dizon discusses how we should deal with disappointment within the body of Christ.  38 minutes