The Chinese Community
Compiled by Clifton L. Holland
In addition to the Historic Chinatown in downtown Los Angeles, there are several Chinese communities in the Greater Los Angeles Area that are not officially classified as "Chinatowns", but are well known, such as Monterey Park, where over 60 percent of the population is Asian American, and San Gabriel (where the Asian population is approaching 50 percent).
The 2000 Census listed 329,352 Chinese residents in Los Angeles County and 59,717 in Orange County, for a total of 469,534.
Maps of the Chinese population in Los Angeles
The American Cities Atlas Project is a continuing public education project of Professor William Bowen of California State University Northridge.For maps on Chinese population distribution and density in Los Angeles County based on 1990 Census see:
The IDEA Strategic Mapping and Information Service, directed by Clifton L. Holland, has produced a series of computer maps on ethnic and religious diversity in the Los Angeles 5-County Region, based on the 1990 Census of Population. See the following links:
Los Angeles County: ../laco/chinese.pdf (note PDF format). Orange County: ../orco/d-as-chin.pdf (note PDF format).
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Old Chinatown in Los Angeles
Between 1852 (when the first Chinese immigrants were reported to be in Los Angeles) and 1890 a distinct community of over 3,000 Chinese people flourished. This original Chinatown was located between El Pueblo Plaza and Old Arcadia Street, stretching eastward across Alameda Street.
In 1871, 19 Chinese men and boys were murdered by a mob of 500 locals in one of the most serious incidents of racial violence that has ever occurred in America's West. This incident became known as "Chinese Massacre of 1871".
Reaching its heyday from 1890 to 1910, Chinatown grew to approximately 15 streets and alleys containing 200 buildings. It was large enough to boast a Chinese Opera theatre, three temples, its own newspaper, and a telephone exchange. But laws prohibiting most Chinese from citizenship and property ownership, and Exclusion Acts curtailing immigration, inhibited future growth for the district.
From the early 1910s Chinatown began to decline. Symptoms of a corrupt Los Angeles discolored the public's view of Chinatown; gambling houses, opium dens, and a fierce tong warfare severely reduced business in the area. As tenants and lessees rather than outright owners, the residents of Old Chinatown were threatened with impending redevelopment and as a result the owners neglected upkeep on their buildings. Eventually, the entire area was sold and resold, as entrepreneurs and town developers fought over usage of the area. After 30 years of continual decay, a Supreme Court ruling approved condemnation of the entire area to allow for the construction of the new major rail terminal, Union Station.
Seven years passed before an acceptable relocation proposal was put into place, situating Chinatown in its present day location. During that long hiatus, the entire area of Old Chinatown was demolished, leaving many businesses without a location, and forcing some of them to close permanently. Nonetheless, it is not commonly known that a remnant of Old Chinatown persisted into the early 1950s, situated between Union Station and the Old Plaza. A narrow, one-block street known as Ferguson Alley ran between the Plaza and Alameda, and was the location of a Buddhist temple and several businesses.
In the late 1950s the covenants on the use and ownership of property were removed, allowing Chinese Americans to live in other neighborhoods and gain access to new types of employment.
The New Chinatown
In the 1930s, under the efforts of Chinese American community leader Peter Soo Hoo, the design and operational concepts for a New Chinatown evolved through the collective community process, resulting in a blend of both Chinese and American architecture. The Los Angeles Chinatown saw major development, especially as a tourist attraction, throughout the 1930s with the development of the "Central Plaza]", a Hollywoodized version of Shanghai, containing names such as Bamboo Lane, Gin Ling Way and Chung King Road (named after the city of Chongqing in mainland China). Chinatown was designed by Hollywood film set designers and a "Chinese" movie prop was subsequently donated by the legendary film director Cecil B. DeMille to give Chinatown an exotic atmosphere. Today, this section of Chinatown is less frequented by ethnic Chinese residents and dayshoppers, though it is where several benevolent associations are located. Chinatown expanded beyond the area and is now bounded by Olvera Street and Dodger Stadium.
While Chinatown generally does not have the activity of Chinatown, San Franciscostill regarded as the largest and most historic Chinatown in North America because of the huge Chinese population in that cityit still attracts visitors throughout the Los Angeles area and throughout the world. However, there are many businesses in Chinatown that generally cater mainly to the local community rather than the tourism economy.
Many of the older buildings built in the 1930s and 1940s in the northeast corner of New Chinatown (near the Pasadena Freeway) were previously abandoned. As part of gentrification movement, they are now primarily used as art galleries by artists. It has also been turned into a center of nightlife.
There is relatively little social interaction between these artists and business owners and the Chinatown Chinese-speaking residents. Many elderly residents usually lounge in the court of Central Plaza. The historic Hop Sing Tong Society is located in Central Plaza, as are several other Chinatown lodges and guilds.
New Chinatown is served by the Gold Line of the city's Metro Rail; parts of Old Chinatown were uncovered during excavation for another portion of the L.A. subway (the Red Line connection to Union Station). The Metro Rail station in Chinatown has been designed with modernized traditional Chinese architecture.
Chinatown's residential areas are on the hills northwest of Alpine Park, with a public elementary school, library, Chinese school, hospital, churches, and other businesses. In the mornings at Alpine Recreation Center, many Chinese-speaking old-timers practice the relaxing martial arts tai chi, a scene common in many Chinatowns.
The main streets running through the new Chinatown are Broadway, Spring Street and Hill Street. Chinatown is located directly north of downtown Los Angeles, between Dodger Stadium and the Los Angeles Civic Center. The Broadway side of Chinatown is usually packed with a myriad of tourists, with a lot of Chinese restaurants and merchants.
Chinatown is somewhat segregated between Chinese ethnic groups in some respects. College Street, running in a northwest-southeast direction, provides a rough boundary between the older (post-1930s and 1940s) and newer businesses (post-1980s). Many businesses belonging to the original American-born Chinese families (Taishanese and Cantonese Chinese) are in the northwest area. Also due to the stylized exotic atmosphere, this section of Chinatown is very popular for on-site movie filming, such as Rush Hour with Jackie Chan. In the southwest, according to an estimate in the Los Angeles Times, nearly 90% of businesses are owned by first-generation Southeast Asian immigrants and refugees of Chinese origin.
As in most other Chinatowns in the United States, Taishanese (or Toisan)a subdialect of Cantonesewas the dominant Chinese dialect of the Los Angeles Chinatown until the 1970s. In post-Vietnam War 1970s, some members of the Los Angeles lodge of the Chinese Consolidated Benevolent Association headed to the Vietnamese refugee settlements in Camp Pendelton to talk and entice several refugees - especially ethnic Chinese from Vietnam - into settling into the once-diminishing Chinatown by sponsoring them. Thus, during the 1980s, Cantonese and especially Teochew (Pinyin: Chaozhou, Vietnamese: Trieu Chau) Chinese became more widely spoken as Chinatown experienced a rise in Vietnamese and Cambodians and Thais. While Cantonese is still predominant and remains the lingua franca of Chinatown, the use of Taishanese has diminished in Los Angeles and its usage is more common among elderly Chinese within the area.
With the boom of de facto suburban Chinese communities in the eastern part of the Los Angeles area, there have been very few immigrants from the Republic of China - especially those with high socioeconomic status - to the downtown Chinatown. Mandarin is only used in some contexts in Chinatown and is not widely spoken there.
The arrival of new immigrants from Southeast Asia and Mainland China to Los Angeles Chinatown gave rise to new associations such as the Southern California Teo Chew Association (serving the Teochew speakers), the Cambodia Ethnic Chinese Association (catering to Chinese Cambodian residents), and the Southern California Fukienese Association and the Foo Chow Natives Benevolent Association (both serving immigrants from the Fujian province of Mainland China).
Many Vietnamese and Cambodian immigrants in the downtown Chinatown run small curiosity shops and bazaars in the shopping plazas such as Saigon Plaza and Dynasty Centerboth built in the 1980ssouth of Broadway. Today these immigrants and their families own nearly 90 percent of Chinatown's businesses. Most old-time and dying Chinese American (those of Taishanese and Cantonese descent) businesses are located in the old Chinatown Plaza.
ADAPTED FROM: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chinatown,_Los_Angeles
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Add material from Michael E. Engh, Frontier Faiths: Church, Temple and Synagogue in Los Angeles, 1846-1888 (pages 23-29): early Chinese settlement in Los Angeles and religious beliefs; and chapter 6, "Evangelization of the Chinese."
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Exerpts from Edward Drewry Jervey, The History of Methodism in Southern California and Arizona. Nashville, TN: Parthenon Press for the Historical Society of the Southern California-Arizona Conference, 1960, pages 85-86 (California Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church, North).
The Chinese had first been brought to America in large numbers to help build the transcontinental railroad. Through the efforts of the Rev. Otis Gibson of the California Conference [of the Methodist Episcopal Church, North], Christian service came to these people. [Otis] was instrumental in establishing a school for them. In 1870, he saw the dedication of a Chinese [Methodist] Church in San Francisco. Tremendous racial prejudice prevented any significant advance for some years beyond this small beginning.
In 1887 evangelism among the Chinese began in southern California when the members of the Los Angeles First [Methodist] Church organized a Chinese mission, which for the most part served as a Sunday School. The progress was slow but rewarding. Six years later, seventy-five Chinses were enrolled with an average attendance of forty-five. A fine distinction came to the First [Methodist] Church at this time. It licensed the first Chinese local preacher in the United States, Chan Kin Lung, who later became the pastor of the local Chinese Methodist Church. As the Chinese population continue to grow, the Southern California Conference attempted several times to get aid from the General Board, which, however, was more disposed to help other groups. Pasadena and San Diego Methodists sponsored Chinese missions as had [Methodists in] Los Angeles, and others were opened later in Mexicali and Phoenix.
In 1904, the Pacific Chinese Mission of the Methodist Episcopal
Church [North] was organized to try to give the units more stability.
Thorough and effective work was continually blocked by racial prejudice. Moreover,
the Old World ties of the overwhelming majority of Chinese made evangelism most difficult.
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Excerpt from Our heritage and our hope: the history of First Baptist Church of Los Angeles, California, 1874-1974, by Herbert L. Sutton.
By 1894 there were a score of Chinese who were members of
First Baptist [Church of Los Angeles], brought into the fold through the Chinese
Mission which the Church sponsored, beginning in the Dorsey era. The
Mission was located at 608 North Main Street and was under the leadership of Emma
Fitch, who had been employed as City Missionary to fill the vacancy when A. W.
Rider left to become Pastor at Memorial.
Many Chinese laborers had come to Southern California after [working on the construction of the transcontinental] railways. By 1880 there were 20,000 Chinese in Southern California a sizeable part of the population. They ran laundries, worked as domestics, and produced and distributed nearly all of the vegetables for Los Angeles. They also developed the fishing industry and were the first laborers in the citrus groves.
Their treatment by the citizenry was deplorable. Historian Carey McWilliams reports, "Youngsters were given free license to stone the Chinese, upset their vegetable carts and laundry wagons, and to pull their Queues for good measure." Beginning at the time of the Panic of 1873, the Chinese were blamed for unemployment, depressed wages and bad business conditions. The political agitators who headed the Working-men's Party in California were responsible for this ever-increasing antipathy and they tried various ways to discourage both Chinese activity and immigration. One of their pamphlets read,
"The Chinaman must leave the State of California. The white freeman with his wife and children cannot live in the same atmosphere as the Coolie slave. One or the other must leave the State and it must be the Chinaman."
It is much to the credit of the Church at that time that their spirit of
Christian brotherhood kept them from heeding the rabble-rousers, even though such an
attitude was very unpopular. First Baptist also sponsored a resolution adopted by
the Southern California Baptist State Convention:
"Resolved, that as a Convention of Baptists we enter our decided and emphatic protest against the recent act of the House of Representatives in passing the Geary Chinese Restriction Bill, by which nearly all Chinamen are forever prohibited from landing upon our shores, or gaining a livelihood in the United States."
The resolution went on to denounce the Bill as "unamerican, unchristian and outrageous." As a matter of political expediency however, Congress passed the Bill and it became law.
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In 1997, the IDEA DATABASE for the Los Angeles 5-County Region contained the following 211 Chinese churches, sorted by city:
|HOLINESS||B2.513||FMCNA||1ST FREE METHODIST CHURCH||119 N CURTIS AVE||ALHAMBRA||CA||91801-2112|
|REFORMED-PRESBYTERIAN||B1.2400||ORPCC||1ST TAIWANESE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH||20 W COMMONWEALTH AVE||ALHAMBRA||CA||91801-3802|
|PROTESTANT-UNCLASSIFIED||B5.0||PRXX||ASIAN-AM GRACE & FAITH CHURCH||220 S 5TH ST||ALHAMBRA||CA||91801-3746|
|PROTESTANT-UNCLASSIFIED||B5.0||PRXX||BALDWIN PK CHINESE CHURCH OF GOD||614 N ELECTRIC AVE||ALHAMBRA||CA||91801-1223|
|ADVENTIST||B3.101||ACC||CHINESE ADVENTIST CHURCH||3000 W RAMONA RD||ALHAMBRA||CA||91803-4123|
|PENTECOSTAL-FINISHED WORK||B4.0401||AGGC||CHINESE ASSEMBLY OF GOD||1431 S CHAPEL AVE||ALHAMBRA||CA||91801-5137|
|PROTESTANT-UNCLASSIFIED||B5.0||PRXX||CHINESE CHRISTIAN CENTER||115 S MARENGO AVE||ALHAMBRA||CA||91801-3136|
|PROTESTANT-UNCLASSIFIED||B5.0||PRXX||CHINESE YOUNG ADULT FELLOWSHIP||35 N 4TH ST||ALHAMBRA||CA||91801-3407|
|LUTHERAN||B1.199||OLC||LUTHERAN CHINESE MINISTRY||2312 STRANAHAN DR||ALHAMBRA||CA||91803-3849|
|BAPTIST||B2.2313||SBC||MANDARIN LOS ANGELES SBC||201 N 1ST ST||ALHAMBRA||CA||91801-3543|
|BUDDHIST||D1.1||BUDH||MEI-HSING TEMPLE||1152 S MONTEREY ST||ALHAMBRA||CA||91801-4829|
|BUDDHIST||D1.1||BUDH||SINO AMERICAN BUDDHIST CENTER||401 N ATLANTIC BLVD||ALHAMBRA||CA||91801-2228|
|PROTESTANT-UNCLASSIFIED||B5.0||PRXX||THE CHURCH OF THE LIVING GOD||315 S MARENGO AVE||ALHAMBRA||CA||91803-1644|
|BAPTIST||B2.2302||ABC||CHINESE BAPTIST CHURCH||412 E BROADWAY||ANAHEIM||CA||92805-4001|
|METHODIST||B2.3216||UMC||CHINESE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH||808 N AURORA ST||ANAHEIM||CA||92801-3003|
|BAPTIST||B2.2313||SBC||FIRST SOUTHERN BAPTIST CHURCH||1275 E BROADWAY||ANAHEIM||CA||92805-4212|
|BAPTIST||B2.201||BMISC||ARCADIA FIRST CHINESE BAPTIST||1020 LOMA LISA LN||ARCADIA||CA||91006-2218|
|PROTESTANT-UNCLASSIFIED||B5.0||PRXX||EVANGELICAL FORMOSAN CHURCH OF ARCA||5705 LENORE AVE||ARCADIA||CA||91006-5745|
|BAPTIST||B2.2313||SBC||MANDARIN BAPTIST CHURCH||501 N SANTA ANITA AVE||ARCADIA||CA||91006-2751|
|PROTESTANT-UNCLASSIFIED||B5.0||PRXX||CHRIST CENTER||11940 DEL AMO BLVD||ARTESIA||CA||90701|
|LUTHERAN||B1.105||LCMS||CONCORDIA TAIWANESE LUTHERAN CHURCH||13633 183RD ST||ARTESIA||CA||90703-8940|
|PROTESTANT-UNCLASSIFIED||B5.0||PRXX||O C BREAD OF LIFE CHURCH||18415 CORTNER AVE||ARTESIA||CA||90703-8402|
|RESTORATION MOVEMENT||B2.6043||ICC||CHURCH OF CHRIST||17054 CLARK AVE||BELLFLOWER||CA||90706-5756|
|HOLINESS||B2.505||CMA||CHINESE CHRISTIAN ALLIANCE CH.||6455 SHELTONDALE AVE||CANOGA PARK||CA||91307-3113|
|PROTESTANT-UNCLASSIFIED||B5.0||PRXX||1ST EVANGELICAL CHURCH||11330 166TH ST||CERRITOS||CA||90703-1601|
|RESTORATION MOVEMENT||B2.6043||ICC||CHINESE CHURCH OF CHRIST OF L A||12829 BERKHAMSTED ST||CERRITOS||CA||90703-7233|
|PIETIST||B2.3302||EFCA||CHINESE EVANGELICAL FREE CH OF CERR||16912 LESLIE AVE||CERRITOS||CA||90703-1447|
|PROTESTANT-UNCLASSIFIED||B5.0||PRXX||EVAN FORM CHU OF CERRITOS||12413 195TH ST||CERRITOS||CA||90703-7705|
|UNCLASSIFIED||G2.0||MISC||HANMAUM CHURCH||12330 CARNABY ST||CERRITOS||CA||90703-8330|
|RESTORATION MOVEMENT||B2.6041||CCCOC||SOUTH BAY CHINESE CHRISTIAN CH||16406 BEAR MEADOW CIR||CERRITOS||CA||90703-1904|
|LUTHERAN||B1.199||OLC||ST JOHNS LUTHERAN CHURCH||18422 BLOOMFIELD AVE||CERRITOS||CA||90703-6048|
|PROTESTANT-UNCLASSIFIED||B5.0||PRXX||CHINESE GRACE CHURCH||164 LIMESTONE RD||CLAREMONT||CA||91711-1842|
|PROTESTANT-UNCLASSIFIED||B5.0||PRXX||CHRISTIAN ASSEMBLY IN IRVINE||2850 FAIRVIEW RD||COSTA MESA||CA||92626-4116|
|HOLINESS||B2.505||CMA||JACHIN CHINESE ALLIANCE CHURCH||420 W 19TH ST||COSTA MESA||CA||92627-2026|
|PROTESTANT-UNCLASSIFIED||B5.0||PRXX||O C CHIN EVAN CHURCH||1230 BAKER ST||COSTA MESA||CA||92626-3917|
|BUDDHIST||D1.1||BUDH||TZU-CHI BUDDHIST ASSOC OF AMERICA||628 W 19TH ST||COSTA MESA||CA||92627-2716|
|PROTESTANT-UNCLASSIFIED||B5.0||PRXX||CHRISTIAN TESTIMONY ASSEMBLY||10987 WASHINGTON BLVD||CULVER CITY||CA||90232-4046|
|LUTHERAN||B1.199||OLC||CHINESE CHRISTIAN CHURCH||4421 CERRITOS AVE||CYPRESS||CA||90630-4217|
|LUTHERAN||B1.101||ELCA||HOLY CROSS LUTHERAN CHURCH||4321 CERRITOS AVE||CYPRESS||CA||90630-4216|
|BUDDHIST||D1.1||BUDH||CHINESE BUDDHIST FA KWANG TEMPLE||12110 POMERING RD||DOWNEY||CA||90242-2165|
|METHODIST||B2.3216||UMC||CHINESE GRACE MISSIONS||1014 HIGHLAND AVE||DUARTE||CA||91010-1939|
|PROTESTANT-UNCLASSIFIED||B5.0||PRXX||TRUTH CHINESE ALLIANCE CHURCH||1921 HUNTINGTON DR||DUARTE||CA||91010-2652|
|PROTESTANT-UNCLASSIFIED||B5.0||PRXX||ASIAN AMERICAN BIBLE CHURCH||11601 BRYANT RD||EL MONTE||CA||91732-2203|
|BAPTIST||B2.2313||SBC||CHINESE MISSION FIRST BAPTIST CH||3050 PECK RD||EL MONTE||CA||91731-3451|
|BAPTIST||B2.2313||SBC||CHINESE MISSION SBC||3041 PECK RD||EL MONTE||CA||91731-3450|
|BAPTIST||B2.201||BMISC||IMMANUEL CHINESE BAPTIST CHURCH||11601 BRYANT RD||EL MONTE||CA||91732-2203|
|PROTESTANT-UNCLASSIFIED||B5.0||PRXX||TRUE JESUS CHURCH IN SO CAL||11070 OAK ST||EL MONTE||CA||91731-3216|
|BAPTIST||B2.2313||SBC||CHINESE COMMUNITY BAPTIST CHURCH||23302 EL TORO RD||EL TORO||CA||92630-4807|
|PROTESTANT-UNCLASSIFIED||B5.0||PRXX||PRAYER AND PRAISE FELLOWSHIP||3250 STEVENS DR||ENCINO||CA||91436-4226|
|BUDDHIST||D1.1||BUDH||SINO-AMERICAN ASSOCIATION||10889 SLATER AVE||FOUNTAIN VALLEY||CA||92708-3932|
|RESTORATION MOVEMENT||B2.699||OCC||CHRISTIAN CHURCH IN O C||5802 SANTA CATALINA AVE||GARDEN GROVE||CA||92645-1130|
|PROTESTANT-UNCLASSIFIED||B5.0||PRXX||EVANGELICAL FORMOSAN CHURCH||10750 LAMPSON AVE||GARDEN GROVE||CA||92640-5039|
|REFORMED-PRESBYTERIAN||B1.2207||PCUSA||FORMOSAN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH||13072 FAIRVIEW ST||GARDEN GROVE||CA||92643-2105|
|PROTESTANT-UNCLASSIFIED||B5.0||PRXX||ZION FELLOWSHIP||13231 DAPPLEGREY RD||GARDEN GROVE||CA||92643-1618|
|METHODIST||B2.3216||UMC||ALONDRA PARK UNITED METHODIST||3153 W COMPTON BOULE||GARDENA||CA||90249|
|BAPTIST||B2.2313||SBC||LOS ANGELES CRENSHAW BAPT CHURCH||1457 W 179TH ST||GARDENA||CA||90248-3702|
|PIETIST||B2.3302||EFCA||1ST EVANGELICAL FREE CHURCH||522 W BROADWAY||GLENDALE||CA||91204-1120|
|PENTECOSTAL-UNCLASSIFIED||B4.1100||OPEN||CHINESE FAITH CHURCH||225 S CHEVY CHASE DR||GLENDALE||CA||91205-1321|
|HOLINESS||B2.513||FMCNA||CHINESE FREE METHODIST CHURCH||334 N PACIFIC AVE||GLENDALE||CA||91203-2129|
|PIETIST||B2.3302||EFCA||FIRST EVANGELICAL CHINESE CHURCH||522 W BROADWAY||GLENDALE||CA||91204-1120|
|UNCLASSIFIED||G1.0||UNCL||LA CHINESE CHURCH||1902 E CHEVY CHASE DR # D||GLENDALE||CA||91206-2816|
|REFORMED-PRESBYTERIAN||B1.2400||ORPCC||CHINESE CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH||1307 S GLENDORA AVE||GLENDORA||CA||91740-5140|
|PROTESTANT-UNCLASSIFIED||B5.0||PRXX||SAN GABRIEL VALLEY GOSPEL CHURCH||543 E HALTERN AVE||GLENDORA||CA||91740-6337|
|PROTESTANT-UNCLASSIFIED||B5.0||PRXX||CHINESE CHRISTIAN ASSEMBLY||2401 S HACIENDA BLVD APT 143||HACIENDA HEIGHTS||CA||91745-4788|
|PROTESTANT-UNCLASSIFIED||B5.0||PRXX||CHRISTIAN TESTIMONY ASSEMBLY||1155 S HACIENDA BLVD||HACIENDA HEIGHTS||CA||91745-2231|
|PROTESTANT-UNCLASSIFIED||B5.0||PRXX||EVANGELICAL FORMOSAN CHURCH||16504 WAIN PL||HACIENDA HEIGHTS||CA||91745-3772|
|RESTORATION MOVEMENT||B2.6041||CCCOC||UNITED CHINESE CHRISTIAN CHURCH||16152 GALE AVE||HACIENDA HEIGHTS||CA||91745-1720|
|RESTORATION MOVEMENT||B2.699||OCC||GRACE CHRISTIAN CHURCH||7360 WARNER AVE||HUNTINGTON BEACH||CA||92647-5434|
|RESTORATION MOVEMENT||B2.699||OCC||O C CHINESE CHRISTIAN ASSEMBLY||20031 MOONTIDE CIR||HUNTINGTON BEACH||CA||92646-4716|
|BAPTIST||B2.201||BMISC||1ST CHINESE BAPTIST CHURCH||18700 HARVARD AVE||IRVINE||CA||92715-1664|
|UNCLASSIFIED||G1.0||UNCL||CHO-GYE INTL CHAN ASSOCIATION||2 HOPKINS ST||IRVINE||CA||92715-2125|
|PIETIST||B2.3302||EFCA||EVANGELICAL FREE CHURCH OF IRVINE||PO BOX 16682||IRVINE||CA||92713-6682|
|BAPTIST||B2.201||BMISC||1ST CHINESE BAPTIST CHURCH||16060 MESA ROBLES DR||LA PUENTE||CA||91745-4858|
|METHODIST||B2.3216||UMC||BLESSED UNITED METHODIST CHURCH||1747 NOGALES ST||LA PUENTE||CA||91748-2944|
|PIETIST||B2.3302||EFCA||CHINESE EVANGELICAL FREE CHURCH||3265 HEATHER FIELD DR||LA PUENTE||CA||91745-6136|
|PIETIST||B2.3302||EFCA||EVANGELICAL FREE CHURCH OF HACIENDA HIEGHTS||16504 WAIN PL||LA PUENTE||CA||91745-3772|
|LUTHERAN||B1.199||OLC||ST MARK'S CHINESE LUTHERAN CH||2323 LAS LOMITAS DR||LA PUENTE||CA||91745-4414|
|RESTORATION MOVEMENT||B2.699||OCC||UNITED CHINESE CHRISTIAN||16152 GALE AVE||LA PUENTE||CA||91745-1720|
|PIETIST||B2.3302||EFCA||CANAAN EVANGELICAL CHURCH||25382 MACKENZIE ST||LAGUNA HILLS||CA||92653-5438|
|PENTECOSTAL-FINISHED WORK||B4.0406||ICFG||TORRANCE TAIWANESE FOURSQUARE CH||32151 E NINE DR||LAGUNA NIGUEL||CA||92677-2925|
|BAPTIST||B2.201||BMISC||LONG BEACH CHINESE BAPTIST CHURCH||5640 ORANGE AVE||LONG BEACH||CA||90805-4763|
|BAPTIST||B2.201||BMISC||CANTONESE BAPTIST CHURCH OF LA||5817 MONTE VISTA ST||LOS ANGELES||CA||90042-3429|
|BAPTIST||B2.2101||SBC||CHIN BAPT CHURCH OF W LA||1925 SAWTELLE BLVD||LOS ANGELES||CA||90025-5555|
|PROTESTANT-UNCLASSIFIED||B5.0||PRXX||CHIN CRIST CHANTO CHURCH||1244 INNES AVE||LOS ANGELES||CA||90026-4417|
|PENTECOSTAL-FINISHED WORK||B4.0401||AGGC||CHIN NEW VISION CHURCH||2147 PURDUE AVE||LOS ANGELES||CA||90025-6215|
|RESTORATION MOVEMENT||B2.6043||ICC||CHINATOWN CHURCH OF CHRIST||220 E AVENUE 28||LOS ANGELES||CA||90031-2024|
|HOLINESS||B2.505||CMA||CHINESE ALLIANCE CHURCH||2828 GLENDALE BLVD||LOS ANGELES||CA||90039-2723|
|PENTECOSTAL-FINISHED WORK||B4.0401||AGGC||CHINESE ASSEMBLY OF GOD||118 S AVENUE 22||LOS ANGELES||CA||90031-2204|
|PROTESTANT-UNCLASSIFIED||B5.0||PRXX||CHINESE BIBLE CHURCH||PO BOX 24||LOS ANGELES||CA||90053-0024|
|PROTESTANT-UNCLASSIFIED||B5.0||PRXX||CHINESE FOR CHRIST||730 N BROADWAY||LOS ANGELES||CA||90012-2820|
|PROTESTANT-UNCLASSIFIED||B5.0||PRXX||CHINESE FOR CHRIST||922 N EDGEMONT ST||LOS ANGELES||CA||90029-2532|
|PENTECOSTAL-UNCLASSIFIED||B4.1100||OPEN||CHINESE FULL GOSPEL TRINITY CHURCH||1500 N AVENUE 53||LOS ANGELES||CA||90042-1808|
|PROTESTANT-UNCLASSIFIED||B5.0||PRXX||CHINESE GRACE MISSIONS||914 CENTENNIAL ST||LOS ANGELES||CA||90012-1304|
|METHODIST||B2.3216||UMC||CHINESE UNITED METHODIST||825 N HILL ST||LOS ANGELES||CA||90012-2320|
|PROTESTANT-UNCLASSIFIED||B5.0||PRXX||CHINESE UNIV GOSPEL CENTER||P O BOX 3414014||LOS ANGELES||CA||90029|
|BAPTIST||B2.201||BMISC||CHINESE ZION BAPTIST CHURCH||2610 W AVENUE 33||LOS ANGELES||CA||90065-2839|
|RESTORATION MOVEMENT||B2.699||OCC||DIAO JIOU CHINESE CHRISTIAN CH||6417 REPTON ST||LOS ANGELES||CA||90042-2835|
|PROTESTANT-UNCLASSIFIED||B5.0||PRXX||EVANGELICAL FORMOSAN CHURCH||6438 YORK BLVD||LOS ANGELES||CA||90042-3642|
|PROTESTANT-UNCLASSIFIED||B5.0||PRXX||EVANGELICAL FORMOSAN CHURCH||6501 YORK BLVD||LOS ANGELES||CA||90042-3643|
|BAPTIST||B2.2313||SBC||FIRST CHINESE BAPTIST CHURCH||942 YALE ST||LOS ANGELES||CA||90012-1725|
|HOLINESS||B2.5091||CNAZ||FIRST CHINESE NAZARENE CHURCH||3817 SOMERSET DR||LOS ANGELES||CA||90008-1803|
|REFORMED-PRESBYTERIAN||B1.2400||ORPCC||FORMOSAN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH||5211 W OLYMPIC BLVD||LOS ANGELES||CA||90036-4902|
|BUDDHIST||D1.1||BUDH||KUAN YIN MEDITATION TEMPLE||4754 NORELLE ST||LOS ANGELES||CA||90032-3212|
|HOLINESS||B2.5091||CNAZ||L A SECOND CHINESE CHURCH||2750 MARSH ST||LOS ANGELES||CA||90039-2907|
|PENTECOSTAL-FINISHED WORK||B4.0401||AGGC||LOS ANGELES CHINESE ASSEMBLY OF GOD||141 S AVENUE 22||LOS ANGELES||CA||90031-2249|
|LUTHERAN||B1.101||ELCA||LUTHERAN CHURCH OF GOOD SHEPHERD||6338 N FIGUEROA ST||LOS ANGELES||CA||90042-2733|
|BUDDHIST||D1.1||BUDH||MONASTERY OF PERFECT ENLIGHTENMENT||2451 WORKMAN ST||LOS ANGELES||CA||90031-2319|
|BAPTIST||B2.2313||SBC||SAWTELLE BAPTIST CHURCH||1925 SAWTELLE BLVD||LOS ANGELES||CA||90025-5555|
|BUDDHIST||D1.1||BUDH||SINO-AMER BUDDHIST ASSOCIATION||5056 ARGUS DR||LOS ANGELES||CA||90041-2123|
|WESTERN CATHOLIC||A2.1||RCC||ST BRIDGET CATHOLIC CHURCH||510 COTTAGE HOME ST||LOS ANGELES||CA||90012-1416|
|PENTECOSTAL-APOSTOLIC||B4.0109||OAFC||ST JOHN APOSTOLIC CHURCH||5516 S CENTRAL AVE||LOS ANGELES||CA||90011-4730|
|PROTESTANT-UNCLASSIFIED||B5.0||PRXX||TAIWAN CHRISTIAN CHURCH||6501 YORK BLVD||LOS ANGELES||CA||90042-3643|
|PENTECOSTAL-FINISHED WORK||B4.0406||ICFG||TAIWAN FOURSQUARE CHURCH||1492 BLAKE AVE||LOS ANGELES||CA||90031-1151|
|HOLINESS||B2.519||SARMY||THE SALVATION ARMY - CHINESE CHURCH||5280 E BEVERLY BLVD||LOS ANGELES||CA||90022-2002|
|REFORMED-PRESBYTERIAN||B1.2400||ORPCC||TRUE LIGHT PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH||2500 GRIFFIN AVE||LOS ANGELES||CA||90031-2309|
|PROTESTANT-UNCLASSIFIED||B5.0||PRXX||UCLA CHINESE CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP||2850 AVENEL ST||LOS ANGELES||CA||90039-2071|
|BUDDHIST||D1.1||BUDH||FO KWANG SHAN BUDDHIST ASSOCIATION||5950 HELIOTROPE CIR||MAYWOOD||CA||90270-3323|
|BAPTIST||B2.201||BMISC||SAN FERNANDO VLY CHINESE BAPTIST||10840 VENA AVE||MISSION HILLS||CA||91345-1837|
|BAPTIST||B2.201||BMISC||CHINESE HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH||536 N POPLAR AVE||MONTEBELLO||CA||90640-3638|
|BAPTIST||B2.201||BMISC||MANDARIN BAPTIST CHURCH OF L.A||607 MICHAEL COLLINS CIR||MONTEBELLO||CA||90640-2657|
|BUDDHIST||D1.1||BUDH||BUDDHIST ORTHO-CREED ASSOCIATION||318 N GARFIELD AVE||MONTEREY PARK||CA||91754-1707|
|BAPTIST||B2.201||BMISC||CHINESE BAPTIST CHURCH||315 S CHANDLER AVE APT D||MONTEREY PARK||CA||91754-3259|
|RESTORATION MOVEMENT||B2.699||OCC||CHINESE CHRISTIAN CHURCH||306 BALTIMORE AVE||MONTEREY PARK||CA||91754-1617|
|REFORMED-PRESBYTERIAN||B1.2101||CRC||CHINESE CHRISTIAN REFORMED CHURCH||332 N NEW AVE||MONTEREY PARK||CA||91755-2022|
|PIETIST||B2.3302||EFCA||CHINESE EVANGELICAL FREE CHURCH||1111 S ATLANTIC BLVD||MONTEREY PARK||CA||91754-4718|
|BAPTIST||B2.2313||SBC||CHINESE GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH||337 W POMONA BLVD||MONTEREY PARK||CA||91754-7121|
|BAPTIST||B2.201||BMISC||CHINESE GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH||337 W POMONA BLVD||MONTEREY PARK||CA||91754-7121|
|BAPTIST||B2.201||BMISC||CHINESE GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH||357 W POMONA BLVD||MONTEREY PARK||CA||91754-7121|
|LUTHERAN||B1.101||ELCA||CHINESE LIFE LUTHERAN CHURCH||2009 S GARFIELD AVE||MONTEREY PARK||CA||91754-6617|
|LUTHERAN||B1.101||ELCA||FAITH CHINESE LUTHERAN CHURCH||115 W NEWMARK AVE||MONTEREY PARK||CA||91754-2813|
|BAPTIST||B2.201||BMISC||FIRST CHINESE BAPTIST CHURCH||324 S CHANDLER AVE APT A||MONTEREY PARK||CA||91754-3200|
|LUTHERAN||B1.199||OLC||GLORIA DEI CHINESE LUTHERAN CHURCH||417 N GARFIELD AVE||MONTEREY PARK||CA||91754-1201|
|REFORMED-PRESBYTERIAN||B1.2400||ORPCC||GOOD SHEPHERD FORMOSAN PRES CHURCH||606 S ATLANTIC BLVD||MONTEREY PARK||CA||91754-3818|
|BAPTIST||B2.201||BMISC||MONTEREY PARK CHINESE BAPTIST CHURCH||PO BOX 774||MONTEREY PARK||CA||91754-0774|
|ANGLICAN-EPISCOPAL||B1.305||PEC||SAINT GABRIEL EPISCOPAL CHURCH||PO BOX 1048||MONTEREY PARK||CA||91754-8048|
|PROTESTANT-UNCLASSIFIED||B5.0||PRXX||TAIWANESE CHRIST SALV CHURCH||1571 LOMA VERDE ST||MONTEREY PARK||CA||91754-5311|
|HOLINESS||B2.5091||CNAZ||TRINITY CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE||1951 S GARFIELD AVE||MONTEREY PARK||CA||91754-6516|
|HOLINESS||B2.505||CMA||CHIN CHRISTIAN ALLIANCE||11670 PALA MESA DR||NORTHRIDGE||CA||91326-1430|
|PROTESTANT-UNCLASSIFIED||B5.0||PRXX||CHINESE CHRISTIAN ALLIANCE CHURCH||18827 ROSCOE BLVD||NORTHRIDGE||CA||91324-4545|
|PROTESTANT-UNCLASSIFIED||B5.0||PRXX||CHRISTIAN TESTIMONY ASSEMBLY||8827 CORBIN AVE||NORTHRIDGE||CA||91324-3310|
|BAPTIST||B2.201||BMISC||MANDARIN BAPTIST CHURCH||9124 ZELZAH AVE||NORTHRIDGE||CA||91325-2340|
|BAPTIST||B2.201||BMISC||MANDARIN BAPTIST CHURCH OF SFV||17833 NORDHOFF ST||NORTHRIDGE||CA||91325-2821|
|PROTESTANT-UNCLASSIFIED||B5.0||PRXX||BETHANY MISSION||7006 CREST RD||PALOS VERDES PENINSULA||CA||90275-4543|
|PROTESTANT-UNCLASSIFIED||B5.0||PRXX||SO BAY CHURCH FELLOWSHIP||5006 DELACROIX RD||PALOS VERDES PENINSULA||CA||90275-3922|
|PROTESTANT-UNCLASSIFIED||B5.0||PRXX||BETHEL MISSION OF CHINA||240 S OAKLAND AVE APT 3||PASADENA||CA||91101-2858|
|REFORMED-PRESBYTERIAN||B1.2400||ORPCC||CHINESE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH||2889 SAN PASQUAL ST||PASADENA||CA||91107-5364|
|RESTORATION MOVEMENT||B2.699||OCC||CHRISTIAN ZION CHURCH L A||1590 E DEL MAR BLVD||PASADENA||CA||91106-2705|
|BAPTIST||B2.201||BMISC||IMMANUEL BAPTIST CHINESE CHURCH||530 E JACKSON ST||PASADENA||CA||91104-3621|
|BAPTIST||B2.201||BMISC||MANDARIN BAPTIST CHURCH||249 S SIERRA BONITA AVE||PASADENA||CA||91106-3530|
|REFORMED-PRESBYTERIAN||B1.2302||CCCC||SWATOW CHRISTIAN CHURCH||393 N LAKE AVE||PASADENA||CA||91101-1213|
|BAPTIST||B2.2302||ABC||1ST BAPT CH OF POMONA/CHINESE CONGREGATION||586 N MAIN ST||POMONA||CA||91768-3107|
|FRIENDS-QUAKER||B2.13011||CYMF||CHINESE FRIENDS CHURCH OF L A||2285 SPENCER AVE||POMONA||CA||91767-2356|
|METHODIST||B2.3216||UMC||WESTMONT UNITED METHODIST||1784 W 9TH ST||POMONA||CA||91766-1058|
|PROTESTANT-UNCLASSIFIED||B5.0||PRXX||CHRISTIAN TESTIMONY ASSEMBLY||100 N PACIFIC COAST HWY||REDONDO BEACH||CA||90277-3148|
|PROTESTANT-UNCLASSIFIED||B5.0||PRXX||CANAAN NEW LIFE CHRISTIAN CENTER||777 SILVER SPUR RD STE 218||ROLLING HILLS ESTATES||CA||90274-3644|
|PROTESTANT-UNCLASSIFIED||B5.0||PRXX||CHINESE FOR CHRIST SO BAY||28340 HIGHRIDGE RD||ROLLING HILLS ESTATES||CA||90274-3405|
|RESTORATION MOVEMENT||B2.699||OCC||CHINESE CHRISTIAN ASSEMBLY||2754 DEL MAR AVE||ROSEMEAD||CA||91770-3026|
|PROTESTANT-UNCLASSIFIED||B5.0||PRXX||EVANGELICAL FORMOSAN CHURCH||1409 WALNUT GROVE AVE||ROSEMEAD||CA||91770-3709|
|PROTESTANT-UNCLASSIFIED||B5.0||PRXX||FIRST EVAN CHURCH OF SAN GAB||3650 WALNUT GROVE AVE||ROSEMEAD||CA||91770-1651|
|PROTESTANT-UNCLASSIFIED||B5.0||PRXX||FORMOSA HOPE LINE||9032 MISSION DR||ROSEMEAD||CA||91770-4410|
|PROTESTANT-UNCLASSIFIED||B5.0||PRXX||FORMOSAN SEVEN-STAR FLWSH||9032 NEWBY AVE||ROSEMEAD||CA||91770-4408|
|BUDDHIST||D1.1||BUDH||HSUEH FUNG BUDDHA CHURCH||3850 EARLE AVE||ROSEMEAD||CA||91770|
|BAPTIST||B2.201||BMISC||IMMANUEL CHINESE BAPTIST CHURCH||8141 HELLMAN AVE||ROSEMEAD||CA||91770-2529|
|PROTESTANT-UNCLASSIFIED||B5.0||PRXX||THE OPEN BIBLE - CHINESE CHURCH||7915 HELLMAN AVE||ROSEMEAD||CA||91770-2413|
|INDEPENDENT FUNDAMENTALIST||B2.407||IFCA||CALVARY CHINESE CHRISTIAN CENTER||2103 BATSON AVE||ROWLAND HEIGHTS||CA||91748-3556|
|BAPTIST||B2.201||BMISC||FIRST CHINESE BAPTIST CHURCH||1717 OTTERBEIN AVE||ROWLAND HEIGHTS||CA||91748-3025|
|PENTECOSTAL-FINISHED WORK||B4.0406||ICFG||TAIWANESE FOURSQUARE CHURCH||2586 SALEROSO DR||ROWLAND HEIGHTS||CA||91748-4111|
|REFORMED-PRESBYTERIAN||B1.2400||ORPCC||CHINESE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH||1900 N D ST||SAN BERNARDINO||CA||92405-3912|
|METHODIST||B2.3216||UMC||CHINESE MINISTRY OF UNITED METHODIST CHURCH||201 N SAN GABRIEL BLVD||SAN GABRIEL||CA||91775-2428|
|LUTHERAN||B1.101||ELCA||TRINITY CHINESE LUTHERAN CENTER||6868 N SAN GABRIEL BLVD||SAN GABRIEL||CA||91775-1044|
|REFORMED-PRESBYTERIAN||B1.2400||ORPCC||CHINESE PRES. CH. OF SOUTH BAY||2226 STONEWOOD CT||SAN PEDRO||CA||90732-1337|
|INDEPENDENT FUNDAMENTALIST||B2.402||PBA||CHINESE CHRISTIAN ASSEMBLY||1518 S CENTER ST||SANTA ANA||CA||92704-4110|
|MENNONITE||B2.1408||MCG||TRINITY CHIN MENNONITE CHURCH||9845 ORR AND DAY RD||SANTA FE SPRINGS||CA||90670-3134|
|REFORMED-PRESBYTERIAN||B1.2400||ORPCC||TAIWANESE PRESBYTERIAN CH||1220 2ND ST||SANTA MONICA||CA||90401-1109|
|PROTESTANT-UNCLASSIFIED||B5.0||PRXX||U-CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP||2001 PEARL ST||SANTA MONICA||CA||90405-2717|
|PENTECOSTAL-CHARISMATIC||B4.0805||CALCH||CALVARY CHAPEL CHIN FELLOWSHIP||1605 GARFIELD AVE||SOUTH PASADENA||CA||91030-4968|
|BUDDHIST||D1.1||BUDH||SOCIETY-BUDDHIST RENAISSANCE||2027 EMPRESS AVE||SOUTH PASADENA||CA||91030-4505|
|BAPTIST||B2.201||BMISC||SOUTH PASADENA CHINESE BRETHREN||920 FREMONT AVE||SOUTH PASADENA||CA||91030-3223|
|BAPTIST||B2.2313||SBC||SAN FERNANDO VALLEY CHINESE BAPTIST CHURCH||5901 LINDLEY AVE||TARZANA||CA||91356-1722|
|BAPTIST||B2.2313||SBC||SFV CHINESE SO BAPTIST CHURCH||5901 LINDLEY AVE||TARZANA||CA||91356-1722|
|LUTHERAN||B1.199||OLC||BETHLEHEM LUTHERAN CHURCH||5319 HALIFAX RD||TEMPLE CITY||CA||91780-2857|
|BAPTIST||B2.201||BMISC||EMMANUEL CHINESE BAPTIST||9628 CRAIGLEE ST||TEMPLE CITY||CA||91780-1408|
|HOLINESS||B2.505||CMA||SAN GAB VAL CHINESE ALLIANCE CH||5537 TEMPLE CITY BLVD||TEMPLE CITY||CA||91780-2530|
|RESTORATION MOVEMENT||B2.699||OCC||CHINESE CHRISTIAN CHURCH||PO BOX 3094||THOUSAND OAKS||CA||91359-0094|
|PROTESTANT-UNCLASSIFIED||B5.0||PRXX||BREAD OF LIFE LING LIANG CHURCH||22525 KENT AVE||TORRANCE||CA||90505-2305|
|HOLINESS||B2.5091||CNAZ||CHINESE CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE||780 MAPLE AVE||TORRANCE||CA||90503-5002|
|PROTESTANT-UNCLASSIFIED||B5.023||OCOM||CHINESE COMMUNITY CHURCH||18002 CORDARY AVE||TORRANCE||CA||90504-3817|
|RESTORATION MOVEMENT||B2.603||CCNI||DEL AMO CHRISTIAN CHURCH||4915 EMERALD ST||TORRANCE||CA||90503-2813|
|PROTESTANT-UNCLASSIFIED||B5.0||PRXX||EVAN FORMOSAN CHURCH OF TORRANCE||4565 SHARYNNE LN||TORRANCE||CA||90505-3365|
|RESTORATION MOVEMENT||B2.699||OCC||SO BAY CHINESE CHRISTIAN CHURCH||4915 EMERALD ST||TORRANCE||CA||90503-2813|
|REFORMED-PRESBYTERIAN||B1.2400||ORPCC||TAIWAN FU YIN SAN PRESB CHURCH||16902 CRANBROOK AVE||TORRANCE||CA||90504-1305|
|PENTECOSTAL-FINISHED WORK||B4.0406||ICFG||TAIWANESE FOURSQUARE CHURCH||2150 SEPULVEDA BLVD||TORRANCE||CA||90501-4613|
|HOLINESS||B2.5091||CNAZ||TORRANCE CHINESE CH OF NAZARENE||700 MAPLE AVE||TORRANCE||CA||90503-5002|
|REFORMED-PRESBYTERIAN||B1.2400||ORPCC||TUSTIN TAIWANESE PRESBYTERIAN CH||225 W MAIN ST||TUSTIN||CA||92680-4319|
|LUTHERAN||B1.105||LCMS||CHINESE LUTHERAN CHURCH||555 GARTEL DR||WALNUT||CA||91789-2009|
|METHODIST||B2.3216||UMC||EVAN FORMOSAN CHURCH OF WALNUT||20625 LA PUENTE RD||WALNUT||CA||91789-1926|
|HOLINESS||B2.505||CMA||CHRISTIAN CENTER ALLIANCE CHURCH||512 S VALINDA AVE||WEST COVINA||CA||91790-3007|
|HOLINESS||B2.505||CMA||GRACE CHINESE ALLIANCE CHURCH||512 S VALINDA AVE||WEST COVINA||CA||91790-3007|
|LUTHERAN||B1.199||OLC||TAIWAMESE CONG AT REDEEMER LUTHERAN CHURCH||3420 S GAUNTLET DR||WEST COVINA||CA||91792-2921|
|BAPTIST||B2.201||BMISC||1ST CHINESE BAPTIST CHURCH - MANDARIN||8481 CARNEGIE AVE||WESTMINSTER||CA||92683-7603|
|BAPTIST||B2.201||BMISC||1ST CHINESE BAPTIST CHURCH||8912 HAZARD AVE||WESTMINSTER||CA||92683-4661|
|REFORMED-PRESBYTERIAN||B1.2400||ORPCC||CHINESE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OF ORANGE COUNTY||8831 LAWRENCE AVE||WESTMINSTER||CA||92683-7617|
|RESTORATION MOVEMENT||B2.699||OCC||WHITTIER CHRISTIAN CHURCH||15215 JANINE DR||WHITTIER||CA||90605-1804|
|HOLINESS||B2.505||CMA||CHINESE ALLIANCE CHURCH||7911 WINNETKA AVE||CANOGA PARK||CA||91306-2317|
|BAPTIST||B2.201||BMISC||JOY FELLOWSHIP/MANDARIN BAPTIST CHURCH||3935 MOUNTAIN VIEW AVE||PASADENA||CA||91107-4906|
|PROTESTANT-UNCLASSIFIED||B5.0||PRXX||CHINESE FOR CHRIST MANDARIN CHURCH||3342 DEL MAR AVE||ROSEMEAD||CA||91770-2361|
|BUDDHIST||D1.1||BUDH||HSI-LAI BUDDHIST TEMPLE||3456 S GLENMARK DR||HACIENDA HEIGHTS||CA||91745|
|REFORMED-PRESBYTERIAN||B1.2207||PCUSA||AGAPE FORMOSAN PRESBYTERIAN CH||849 N BRADFORD AVE||PLACENTIA||CA||92670-4515|
|BUDDHIST||D1.1||BUDH||THUBTEN DHARGE LING TEMPLE||2658 S LA CIENEGA BLVD||LOS ANGELES||CA||90034-2609|
Note: The religious Traditions and Classification Codes (CLASCODES)
used in this table are explained in A Classification System of
Religious Groups in the Americas by Major Traditions and Family Types (created by
Clifton L. Holland of IDEA-PROLADES Ministries, latest version 2007).