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Montebello Plymouth Congregational Church

Montebello Plymouth Congregational Church | Japanese-City.com

Location Information

144 S. Greenwood Avenue
Montebello, CA 90640

In 1913, the Whittier Plymouth Congregational Church embarked on a mission outreach effort to the growing Japanese immigrant community in Montebello. What began as a Sunday school project eventually grew, through the hard work, dedication and sacrifice of the Issei members, to be the Montebello Plymouth Congregational Church.

Building on the foundation laid down by the Issei, MPCC continued to grow and mature as a church under the emerging able leadership of the second generation Japanese Americans, the Nisei. With their diligent commitment and support, MPCC strove to meet the Gospel call to minister to the spiritual needs of its members, while also seeking to share the Good News of Jesus Christ with the community at large.

As we look towards the 21st century, we rejoice in our diversity and are empowered to carry on this rich legacy of faith as a people of God called to a ministry of peace, justice and a loving community.

 

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Phone: (323) 721-5568
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