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The sanctuary of La Jolla's Congregational Church is a true Southern California classic. One of the most historic sites in La Jolla, it was designed by Carlton Winslow (who also designed the World's Fair buildings in Balboa Park) in the California Mission style in 1916. The pews and the soaring beams and rafters are all of California redwood, and the beautiful stained glass windows feature scenes from the Hebrew Bible on the north side, and from the life of Christ on the south side. The stately and well-maintained pipe organ is from the 1920's. The church bell (rung as the minister announces the marriage) is a replica of the bell's lining California's Camino Real and purchased by our Sunday School children in 1950. The sanctuary seats up to 150 of your guests.

The church's elegant Forshaw Fellowship Hall was completely renovated in 2012. It is equipped with audio visual technology consistent with the best the 21st century has to offer. It is perfect for meetings, rehearsal dinners, and wedding receptions with dinner seating for up to 100 persons.

In addition to the sanctuary and the social hall, other areas include the intimate Fireside Room and the spacious courtyard patio, both perfect for socializing before and after a reception.

The church also has a new commercial kitchen with the latest in appliances including commercial refrigerator, ranges, convection ovens, and dishwasher.