Lake Shrine Temple Sunday morning services
(No advance reservations are required)
Advisory: LA County Health Dept. mandates face masks for all public indoor spaces regardless of vaccination status.
Lake Shrine Temple will again be holding morning services every Sunday, beginning with our re-opening on July 18, 2021. The program each Sunday consists of one 11am inspirational lecture service in the main sanctuary.
Over-flow indoor seating with video is available in the Special Events Room off the foyer. The lecture service concludes at 12pm and guests are welcome to enjoy informal fellowship in the foyer or out in the courtyard.
Guests may also stay and enjoy the meditation gardens and pathways around the lake. Both Temple and Lake levels remain open throughout the afternoon and close at 4:30pm.
Parking is available at the Temple, in the Lake level lot (Meditation Gardens are closed until 12pm so please proceed directly up the stairs to the temple) and at the Waldorf school across from Los Liones Dr. Gates open at 10:15am. Street parking is also available on Los Liones Dr., Palisades Drive, and Marquez Ave. Handicap parking on site is available.
Important: Please follow the direction of gate attendants and volunteer ushers. Your cooperation is essential.
The Temple bookroom off the foyer will open after the 11am lecture service. Restrooms with handicap access are available. Temple kitchen and Sunday school rooms are closed.
Sunday School reopening has been delayed for all SRF Temples and will be returning in weeks to come.
Families with young children are welcome to attend the morning services with the following requests:
- Keep in mind that the morning services are designed as primarily an adult environment.
- Parents are responsible for their own children and must be present with them at all times.
- Seating in the Special Events Room is recommended.
- If a child becomes restless or upset, please walk them away from the area of the congregation and separately attend to their needs.
If assistance or support is required, please ask an usher who will be happy to help.