These are our upcoming featured events only. To see a full list of all the exciting events taking place at the Danish Lutheran Church and Cultural Center, please visit the Calendar section.
OISF 2017. Join us and enjoy Æbleskiver.
After Service and Lunch- we call upon all knitters to join the new Baptismal Napkin Knitting Club.
Short Evening service and Danish dinner.
Cozy and delicious. HYGGE
Concert with Cymbaline Inez Olsen and friends.
Nordic Service and lunch in San Pedro
Harvest Service and lunch
Orange International Street Fair
Er du i Californien som studerende, au-pair, turist eller bare nysgerrig er du meget velkommen til at kigge forbi.
The Emanuel Danish Evangelical Lutheran Church, fondly called the Danish Church, is a Protestant, Christian church and community based on the tenets of Martin Luther and other reformers, infused with the spirit and the teachings of N.F.S. Grundtvig, proud of its Danish heritage and continuing its rich church and cultural tradition.
Our church is open, welcoming and accepting. We invite you to worship with us, enjoy our fellowship, partake in our many activities and events and hope you might consider becoming part of our church family. The congregation was founded in 1906 by a handful of Danes living in Los Angeles. The church has never received financial support from Denmark nor is it part of the National Church of Denmark (Folkekirken) although our liturgy, services and ceremonies closely mirror those practiced in Danish churches.
Our church is part of ELCA Pacifica Synod, recognized as an ethnic congregation.
What We Believe
God’s love extends to all people. We are all part of God’s creation - we are all created in the image of God. God’s love cannot be earned; nor is God’s love a reward for who we are, what we do or do not do. God offers love and forgiveness to all people through his son, Jesus Christ. God’s grace is beyond human comprehension. God is a Triune God. God created and loves all creation. Jesus Christ transforms lives through his life, teaching and resurrection, and the Holy Spirit works in the world.