Pyong Kang Church 4949 York Blvd, Los Angeles, CA90042 Pyong Kang Church may be small, but it's big in the community. It provides a peaceful and quiet atmosphere for prayer.…More There is parking on street and residential parking available during mass.
Radio Manila 4515 Eagle Rock Blvd, Los Angeles, CA90041 Based in the Philippine Village, a large business complex, Radio Manila is the office of a Filipino-American Internet…More radio station. The round-the-clock station offers music and entertainment, as well as programs in community service, public affairs, immigration and prayer requests.
Hope Fellowship 1649 Yosemite Dr, Eagle Rock, CA90041 Hope Fellowship is a Bible study sponsored through the Eagle Rock Covenant Church located in Eagle Rock. Eagle Rock…More Covenant Church was founded in 1926 and has continued to thrive through the support of the church community. Eagle Rock Covenant Church believes in the Convent Denomination, God the Father, Jesus the Son and the Holy Spirit.
The Living Waters Charismatic Outreach, Inc. 4515 Eagle Rock Blvd, Los Angeles, CA90041 The Living Waters Charismatic Outreach is a small community church based on the gospel of Jesus. The church is in a…More complex that also houses other community-oriented agencies, and the complex itself is on Eagle Rock Boulevard, in between Corlis and Paulinas Avenues. The church preaches and teaches about Christian faith and the responsibilities that congregants have to each other and to the community. It holds weekly Sunday services every Sunday afternoon at 2:30pm. The church also holds bible studies on Tuesday nights. There is parking in the complex lot.
Yosemite Park 1840 Yosemite Dr, Los Angeles, CA90041 This recreation center is operated and maintained by the City of Los Angeles' Department of Recreation and Parks. It…More services the area of East Los Angeles and features small and large auditoriums, basketball courts, tennis courts, a community room, a play area for children, picnic tables, indoor and outdoor gyms and handball courts. The auditoriums can hold up to 150 and 250 people, respectively. Interested parties can download applications for use of the facility by visiting the Yosemite Recreation Center's website.
Iglesia Del Pacto Evangelico 1649 Yosemite Dr, Los Angeles, CA90041 The Spanish-speaking affiliate of the Eagle Rock Covenant Church, Iglesia Del Pacto Evangelico meets at the Eagle Rock…More Covenant Church, which is located on the same property in an adjoining building. The grounds are tree-lined and beautifully maintained. Many programs are offered to the congregation and community at large.
Seventh-Day Adventist 2322 Merton Ave, Los Angeles, CA90041 Eagle Rock Seventh-day Adventist Church was established in 1928. Pastoral staff includes Howard Flynn, Daniel Chan and…More Nenad Didara. Services are offered in English only. Church services are held on Saturday in accordance with the doctrines of the Seventh-day Adventist Church.
Homenetman Los Angeles 2324 Colorado Blvd, Los Angeles, CA90041 Homenetman Los Angeles provides local Armenian-American Youth with physical, social and moral education. Scouting…More activities, athletics and committee membership are available withing the organization. Visit the web site to learn about its history.
Harvest Tabernacle Church 5066 Ellenwood Dr, Los Angeles, CA90041 Harvest Tabernacle Church is a United Pentecostal Church where Bernard M. Elms is the pastor. Harvest Tabernacle Church…More hosts Harvest Christian Academy school on the church grounds. Services are also held in Spanish.
Los Angeles Filipino-American United Church of Christ 5080 N Maywood Ave, Los Angeles, CA90041 The Los Angeles Filipino-American United Church of Christ was organized in 1982 by pastor Ernie Reyes. Reyes and his…More congregation share spaces with Iglesia Pentecostes Camino de Vida. Service is in English only.
Shambhala Meditation Center of Los Angeles 963 Colorado Blvd, Los Angeles, CA90041 The Shambhala Meditation Center of Los Angeles offers a variety of classes, programs, workshops, retreats and community…More activities for those interested in meditation and its benefits for everyday life. Courses in meditative arts, including Shambhala Art, flower arranging, Zen archery, contemplative photography and contemplative writing are also available, allowing students to express themselves creatively through meditative activities. The teachings and philosophies taught here promote peace, health and wisdom, and the ways to maintain these in an often hectic society.
Women's Twentieth Century Club was established in 1903 with the mission statement: "To maintain and conduct a…More cultural club and to promote the general welfare of the community." The club has a history of activism and in 1910 petitioned for women's suffrage in California. Over the years, it has been active in promoting women's rights and philanthropic ventures, including establishing scholarships for female students and nurses and maintaining a clinic.</p>
<p>The organization participates in fundraisers serving the community and permits rental of the facility throughout the year. The grounds are beautiful and the building is representative of the area's architectural history. In 1991, the clubhouse was declared a Los Angeles Cultural Monument.</p>
Center for the Arts, Eagle Rock 2225 Colorado Blvd, Los Angeles, CA90041 Formerly founded and known as the Eagle Rock Community Cultural Center, the Center for the Arts, Eagle Rock, is a…More nonprofit organization located in the historic 1914 Carnegie Library whose building has long been famous for its Spanish-style mission revival architecture. Best known for its art openings, eclectic gallery exhibitions, education programs and special events, including those concerning community affairs, the center also is a popular facility for concerts, dance performances, weddings, birthday parties, fundraisers, receptions and corporate functions.
Eagle Rockdale Community Garden & Art Park 1103 Rockdale Ave, Los Angeles, CA90041 The Eagle Rockdale Community Garden and Art Park is an aesthetic and agricultural gardening space that offers members…More of the community the opportunity to observe the processes of gardening, all the way from planting and cultivation through harvesting. The garden was developed by TERA (The Eagle Rock Association) through the vision of Master Gardener Mary Tokita and the use of a neighborhood matching funds grant, volunteer labor, volunteer contributions from local artisans, plus the use of TERA community beautification funds. The garden reclaimed an abandoned public right of way, which was put to productive use to be enjoyed by the entire community. There are classes and activities in addition to gardening. The Eagle Rockdale Community Garden and Art Park is located at the easterly end of Eagle Rock, south of Shelby-Lanark Park. Eagle Rockers love to garden and there is usually a waiting list for a plot. For more information contact Garden Manager Mike Woodward, who also regularly conducts gardening classes on the property.
Eagle Rock Community Acupuncture 2042 Colorado Blvd, Los Angeles, CA90041 Eagle Rock Community Acupuncture provides alternative healthcare to the surrounding community with a sliding pay scale…More based on economic ability to pay. When the healthcare providers are with patients, the door remains locked, so an appointment is necessary. The knowledgeable staff is bilingual in Chinese and English.
Living Faith Evangelical 4884 Eagle Rock Blvd, Los Angeles, CA90041 Located at the corner of Eagle Rock Boulevard and Yosemite Drive, Living Faith Evangelical Church has the goal of…More preaching and spreading the gospel of Jesus Christ. The church has Bible studies and prayer groups every day of the week to accommodate congregants' schedules and needs. Sunday worship service is at 10 a.m.
St Dominic's Church 2002 Merton Ave, Los Angeles, CA90041 This is one of the most beautiful and magnificently adorned churches in Eagle Rock. It began as a parish chapel in a…More vacant store and was subsequently moved to a private home before opening to the public on Rosary Sunday in 1941. An earlier version of the church, built in 1925, was located across Merton Avenue and was part of St Dominic's School. The church and the school existed in a single building for 16 years on the site where the school now stands.