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This is your Sacred Place.


Imagine a modern church where all are truly welcome. A church where there are no limits based on sexual orientation, gender identity, socioeconomic status, citizenship, or marital status. A place for families to raise up children with love for neighbor and creation. A faith family with a deep history living into new ways of being Church. Worship which invokes old and new ways. Join us for the adventure of being a church working to create a just world where ALL are included in the family of God, one Sacred Place at a time.

Where We Are


Sundays @ 10 am


We worship at Jasper Elementary School in Alta Loma. Our worship is a casual family gathering. There are activities for adults and children alike. We believe it is an act of justice to create a Sacred Place where all are truly welcome.

mission center

Grand Opening Soon


Our Mission Center is where we create sacred places during the week. With a grand opening soon, the Sacred Place Mission center serves Rancho Cucamonga and surrounding areas as a place of gathering for groups and much more.

Your Sacred Place Podcast

Mission Sundays


Details coming soon.

Details about our September Mission Sunday will be shared as soon as we have them!

Our History

Sacred Place United Church was birthed out of the mission of San Dimas Community Church. Founded in 1912, San Dimas Community Church served the San Dimas area for 107 years before continuing that mission in Rancho Cucamonga. With a long history of working to connect people together, their mission continues through us as we strive to include ALL people in the family of God.

Former San Dimas Community Church building
The former San Dimas Community Church building

Our Pastor

Pastor Matthew is a storyteller, husband, dad, geek, technology enthusiast, and Disney aficionado. A native of Texas, his favorite foods include chili con queso and Dr Pepper. A graduate of Fuller Theological Seminary, Matthew has a Master of Divinity with a special focus on Worship, Theology, and the Arts as well as a Bachelor of Science in Radio-TV-Film from the University of Texas at Austin. He and his husband, Chris, live in Rancho with their son who you will often see running around on Sunday mornings. They are soon to be puppy parents in just a few weeks. Matthew is an avid watcher of television whose favorites include Downton Abbey, Flash, Supergirl, Arrow, and Star Trek: Discovery.

the Rev. Matthew Redrich