The Village Lutheran Church of Westwood was built in 1946, more than a decade after the church was first organized. Traditional Sunday services are held at 10am, followed by fellowship. As a spiritual center for the local community, the church makes its facilities available for use to other faiths. Along with being a worship center for Christians, the Village Lutheran Church of Westwood is also home to Ahavat Torah Temple, Sufi Islamic Musallah Tauhid and a Buddhist meditation center. Tai Chi and yoga classes are also held at the facility. Additionally, the church hosts many self-help group meetings. A restoration effort in 2009 cleaned up and re-lighted the church's cross and cross tower. The church's pastor, Rev. Janet Bregar, is active in various interfaith organizations, including Monks Without Borders, The Santa Monica Bay Interfaith Council and The Southern California Committee for the Parliament of the World's Religions.