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Los Angeles

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[Also see Compton and Coachella Valley's CityReaching pages.]


The Faith Profile of Los Angeles, CA.   (from Barna Cities)


Godless Hollywood? “Lost” Angeles? Barna’s tracking of faith trends shows the nation’s second largest city is less Christianized than other cities in the nation. It has a high concentration of adults with no faith as well as Pantheists (Hindu, Buddhists, Confucian and so on). Still, 24% of the LA region’s residents are Catholic and 31% are Protestant. The city features an interesting contrast in that just 33% are born again Christians, well below the national average of 43%. Yet, among born again Christians it has a relatively high rate of faith sharing activity.


Get the complete report at Barna Research re Los Angeles.





How are you reaching Greater Los Angeles for Jesus?


Links of Outreach...Share yours:




                The Late Dallas Willard, on Neighborhood Initiative 


                Pastor Lynn Cory, on Neighborhood Initiative 


Churches/Ministries Reaching the City...Share yours:


Some Connectors:

  • Skip Lanfried (Dir. Missions Network) - slanfried@gmail.com
  • Ian Stevenson (Dir. of Trellis & organizer/leader for bringing churches and ministries together for reaching their cities with prayer, care & share)
  • Dave Imboden (Table Coalition, LOVE2020 representative) - dave@love2020.com


Also see 'Compton' wiki-page.



  • Transform LA - (No longer active - initiated by Transform World in 2009 - great idea, information services and networking, but it never attained sustainability)
  • Broken Hearts Ministry - reaching prostitutes and drug dealers
  • Loving Compton - by Mike Herman @UrbanFocus 








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