Where do I Park?

Parking can be a challenge at WPC!  We encourage all who are able to park next door to ensure that those who need to use a closer spot are able to park here.  If the church parking lot is full when you arrive on Sunday morning, head over to the iPic/AVCO parking lot just west of the church (enter off of Wilshire or Glendon).  

To exit the iPic/AVCO lot following worship, pick up a parking validation from an usher on your way out of the Sanctuary after the service.  Parking validations are FREE for visitors, members, and friends of WPC.  Upon leaving the lot, insert the original ticket in the machine, followed by the validation.  

Where do my children/students go?

Infants - 4 years (Preschool Room 1)

Nursery care is provided with a special Bible story time and sing-alongs for children birth to 4.


Preschool-Aged Children -  Age 3 or 4 (Room 1)

Preschool-aged children can be dropped off at Room 1 prior to the worship service. Beginners is a special Bible story and activity time. Then they’ll join the others for free play.


Elementary-Aged Children - K-5th (Room 5)

Elementary-aged children can be dropped off at the side porch prior to the worship service.  Sunday School teachers will escort them to the playground, where they’ll engage in a special time of prayer and Bible story activities.  When Sunday School has concluded, children are escorted to the side porch to rejoin their families.

Westwood Youth Collective:  Grade 6-12 (Youth Room)

Each Sunday at 10:00am on Zoom as well as in person, Jake Putich, Director of Student Ministries, leads our youth in a time of fun, reflection, and open dialogue about faith upstairs in the Youth Lounge. Please email Jake at jputich@westwoodpres.org for more info or click here to learn more about the Westwood Youth Collective.

What Can I Expect?

After arriving at the church, you will find the sanctuary entrance at the north end of the parking lot. You will be greeted there and given a bulletin that provides the morning worship program.  You are then welcome to sit anywhere in the sanctuary. Worshipers generally sit quietly as they wait for worship to begin. This is a good time to pray or to read through the bulletin in preparation for worship. The front flap of the bulletin gives helpful information about the events and opportunities of the morning. The News and Concerns insert tells of upcoming events and provides news of the church. During worship we sing, pray and listen for God’s word to us.