Congregation Kol Ami
1200 N. La Brea
West Hollywood CA, 90038
Congregation Kol Ami is a progressive, Reform congregation rooted in a rich Jewish tradition, with commitment to social justice and diversity. The congregation celebrates an LGBTQ+ core at the center of its diverse community: Queer and Straight people; single, coupled and families; Jews by Choice and Birth, Jews of Color; Interfaith couples and families; Single people and those in 12 steps programs and those differently abled.
First AME Church of Los Angeles
2270 S. Harvard Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90018
The First African Methodist Episcopal Church of Los Angeles is the oldest church founded by African Americans in Los Angeles.
Hollywood United Methodist Church
6817 Franklin Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90028
Hollywood United Methodist Church promotes the belief that God is LOVE, that all people are welcome and equal in the family of God, and that God is for us, not against us. Hollywood UMC has a long history of support for those affected by HIV/AIDS. In 1986, Lyle Loder, an active member of the congregation shared that he was living with AIDS. In 1987, Loder was the first of the HUMC family to die of complications of this disease. A memorial plaque inside the church narthex carries the names of Loder and 33 others who died of HIV-related illness. On World AIDS Day in 1993, members of HUMC attached two giant red AIDS ribbons to the church tower. In 1996, more permanent ribbons replaced them and remain on the tower today.
Unity Fellowship Church Los Angeles
5147 W. Jefferson Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90016
The primary work of Unity Fellowship of Christ Church is to proclaim the Sacredness of all life, thus focusing on empowering those who have been oppressed and made to feel shame. Part of the Church’s living legacy is supporting a LGBTQI network and services, which includes HIV/STD and Healthy Living Support.