Our Lady of Guadalupe Church

A Roman Catholic Parish community with Franciscan traditions

Who We Are

Our Lady of Guadalupe is a Catholic Christian community dedicated to living and proclaiming the Gospel of Jesus. We, as a family of diverse ethnic heritage, are committed to calling forth the gifts of all members in the service of God’s Kingdom.

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What are services like?

Sunday Liturgies: 7:00AM (Traditional/Cantor Music), 8:00AM (Spanish-language & Choir), 9:45AM (Praise & Worship Choir), 11:30AM, 6:30PM (Younger scene, Young Adult Choir)


What is the community like?

Medium-sized community, but small parish feel. Congregation is welcoming and Clergy are down-to-earth. We have a Parish School (Our Lady of Guadalupe School www.ourladyofguadalupeschool.org) and Pre-School. The Parish holds an Annual Fiesta (Festival that is a mini-carnival of sorts) around April; This event is the Parish's major fundraiser for the School. There are several ministries that one can get involved in. The community are blessed with many volunteers and are always looking for more who wish to share their Time, Talents, or Treasures.


What if I'm not a Christian?

Non-Christians are always invited to share in the liturgies. During communion, they are given a blessing. The Parish also has a Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults for those that wish to: Become Catholic; Explore the Catholic Faith further; Complete their Catholic education (Confirmation).

Our Services

Sunday: 06:30am, 07:00am, 08:00am, 09:45am, and 11:30am
Monday: 08:00am
Tuesday: 08:00am and 06:00pm
Wednesday: 08:00am
Thursday: 08:00am
Friday: 08:00am
Saturday: 05:00pm

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244 Prospect Ave
Hermosa Beach, CA 90254-4934
(310) 372-7077

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About Us

Denomination:
Catholic

Language:
English, Spanish

Size: Medium

Music:
Contemporary,Passionate Reverent,Hillsong-style,Traditional Hymns

Vibe:
Casual, Down to Earth, Multigenerational, Young, Hand-clapping, Lively

Programs:
Community Service, Social Justice, Faith and Work, Children's Ministry, Young Adults, Choir, Missions, Adult Education, Preschool, Seniors Ministry

Website: Visit Website

Founded:
1920





Our Services

Sunday 06:30am: Mass with Young Adult Choir (Contemporary)
Sunday 07:00am:
Sunday 08:00am: Spanish-language mass
Sunday 09:45am: Mass with Praise & Worship Choir (Contemporary)
Sunday 11:30am: Mass with Teen Choir (Contemporary)
Monday 08:00am: Daily mass
Tuesday 08:00am: Daily mass
Tuesday 06:00pm: Eucharistic Adoration
Wednesday 08:00am: Daily mass
Thursday 08:00am: Daily mass
Friday 08:00am: Daily mass
Saturday 05:00pm: Vigil mass

Church Leader

Reverend Raymond Mallett, OFM Conv.
Reverend Raymond Mallett, OFM Conv.

Fr. Ray is joined by Reverend Friar Lazaro Sandoval, OFM Conv., the Parish's Associate Pastor, and Wm. Scott Palmer, our Deacon. We also have the following Franciscan Friars In-Residence: Rev. Kevin Schindler-McGraw, OFM Conv., Rev. Peter Mallin, OFM Conv., Rev. Allen Ramirez, OFM Conv., Rev. Stephen Gross, OFM Conv.
Fr. Ray is joined by Reverend Friar Lazaro Sandoval, OFM Conv., the Parish's Associate Pastor, and Wm. Scott Palmer, our Deacon. We also have the following Franciscan Friars In-Residence: Rev. Kevin Schindler-McGraw, OFM Conv., Rev. Peter Mallin, OFM Conv., Rev. Allen Ramirez, OFM Conv., Rev. Stephen Gross, OFM Conv.

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