This is your Sacred Place.

The Way of Love

The Life of Jesus in a Divided World

Sunday @ 10 am

Mission Sunday

Justice + Inclusion + Family

Imagine a modern church where all are truly welcome. An inclusive church where there are no limits based on sexual orientation, gender identity, socioeconomic status, citizenship, or marital status. A place for families to raise up children with love for neighbor and creation. A faith family with a deep history of loving Jesus and living into new ways of being Church. Worship which invokes old and new ways. Join us for the adventure of being a church working to create a just world where ALL are included in the family of God, one Sacred Place at a time.

We have a long history, read more about our story and where we come from.

The Way of Love
Pastor Matthew

Love Yourself First

This week, we start our new series, “The Way of Love” talking about the life of Jesus as we face a divided world. That division

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Where We Gather

Worship Gathering
Sundays @ 10

Except on Mission Sundays

We gather most Sundays* at Jasper Elementary School in Alta Loma. Our worship gathering is a casual family time; there are activities for adults and children alike. We believe it is truly an act of justice to create a Sacred Place where all are truly welcome. Come as you are!

Jasper Elementary is located at 6881 Jasper St, Alta Loma.

sacred place
mission center

Open for Events

Our Mission Center is where we create sacred places during the week. In addition to our office space (open Tuesdays & Thursday from 9–12), the Sacred Place Mission center serves Rancho Cucamonga and surrounding areas as a place of gathering for groups and much more.
The Mission Center is located at 8282 White Oak Ave #110.
January Mission Sunday: Family. January 26 @ 10 am meeting at the Sacred Place Mission Center

Mission Sundays


The work of justice is often daunting when our world feels so unjust at times. Finding something tangible that will actually have an impact can be difficult but it is rewarding, not for us who do the work, but for those who benefit from that work. This is just one day each month for us for us, one small way for us to live out our mission, but it’s good and it’s real. It’s a way to put our actions in line with our hearts. That’s the kind of Sacred Place we work hard to create: one that does the work of justice in our world, even in small ways. It’s at the heart of who we are called to be and who we work hard to be.

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Read Our Story

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Listen to Our Story

Your Sacred Place, a podcast.