Read an article about our congregation from the February 20 (2015) edition of the La Jolla Light by Linda Hutchison. Here’s an excerpt:
The Congregational Church of La Jolla is the Village’s oldest faith community, dating back to 1889. It is also located in one of La Jolla’s oldest public buildings and rooted in one of our country’s oldest religions–the Congregational Way as brought here by the Pilgrims in the early 1600s.
This rich history has not kept the church from looking forward, however. Throughout its history, both locally and nationally, it has been at the forefront of social change.