Pacific Crossroads Church

Pacific Crossroads Church began as a prayer group and Bible study on the Westside of Los Angeles in 1999. In 2006, while flourishing and growing even without official leadership, Redeemer Presbyterian Church in New York City invested in Pacific Crossroads in the hope that it could become a gospel-centered resource church to love and serve the city of Los Angeles.

It was then that Rankin Wilbourne became the pastor of Pacific Crossroads, to “re-plant” the church. Since that time, the church has continued to see growth that has allowed it to begin a series of new church plants, with the first in the Pasadena region of the San Gabriel Valley. With 90 community groups and hundreds of volunteers serving through Hope for LA, the mercy and justice arm of our church, we continue in the hope of our vision to see lives transformed by God’s power, renewing Los Angeles for Christ. 

PCC is a "planting church", with three church plants now thriving on their own.  We have an average Sunday attendance of about 1500, three services in two locations.   

Our Children's Ministry is staffed by about 50 volunteers, serving 250 children every Sunday.  

We have one core value:

The Gospel of God in Christ

What does this mean for our lives?

We live in the freedom of grace and we sacrificially follow Christ in:

Worship, Community, Mission

A disciple is a follower of Jesus who, by grace and by choice, is learning from Jesus how to live.