We are all praying for you and love you! Who knew 9 months ago that we would still be here today. Like we have said from the beginning, our goal is to not be the epicenter of the disease and to love our neighbors as ourselves. Because of that we are continuing to wear our face coverings and practice social distancing while seeking the direction of God and our leadership team while providing safe ways for our church to come together each week. 

We know there are people moving at different speeds and comfort levels.  We completely understand and support your decision to join us in whatever way works best for you. We will continue to provide you with 3 ways you can join us for Christmas and our weekend services:

  • Online
  • Church at Home groups
  • On Campus (San Dimas & Rancho Cucamonga)

As we head into Christmas let's follow the leading guidance of God each day and continue to practice loving our neighbors as ourselves. We ask that you join us in continuing to pray for those impacted by COVID 19 and for continued guidance in our decision making. 

Thank you for being a part of our ONE&ALL family!


Beginning January 10th our ONE&ALL Kids' services will be returning to our San Dimas and Rancho Cucamonga campuses. We have been preparing our classrooms and our team members so we can provide a safe environment for your kids. Our Rancho Cucamonga campus will also be opening our brand new Early Education building on the 10th. We are excited and can't wait to see our kids back on campus! Our online broadcast will also continue for those of you who would like to continue to watch the kids services online. For more information on serving with our kids or for the online broadcast visit oneandall.church/kids

For those who choose to join us on campus, we want you to know we are taking every precaution to protect the community we love. We will be mindful of CDC guidelines, and social distancing will be practiced. We will continue to monitor the number of Coronavirus cases.

In addition to cleaning our campuses before and after each service, we are asking you to participate in the following ways to ensure the safest experience for everyone:

  • Kids Service Reservations: We are aking that parents reserve a time for their kids to attend in order to ensure that we have enough team members and space to accommodate kids services. These reservations will be available the Monday before the weekend service.
  • Face Coverings: We encourage you to wear face coverings at all of our on-campus worship services out of love and concern for others safety.
  • Social Distancing: We will ask you to sit in every other row of chairs and at least 3 chairs (6 feet) apart from other families and households.
  • Self-Screen: Please take your temperature before you arrive, and we ask that anyone who is showing any symptoms of illness to please stay home and participate online.
  • Touchless Service: In order to facilitate a touchless service all information and giving opportunities will be available on our ONE&ALL Church App. The ONE&ALL Church App is now available for download for iOS & Android.

We look forward to seeing you on campus! We will be smiling under our masks!

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Attend On Campus

After much prayer and consideration, both our Rancho Cucamonga and San Dimas campuses will resume on-campus weekend worship services starting on Sunday, November 1st. 

Because of our limited attendance capacity, reservations will be required for everyone who would like to join us. Seating is available inside and outside. Please arrive early if you would like to sit inside the worship center.

Attend Online

Connect with ONE&ALL at Home each weekend and worship with us online!

Our broadcast goes live Saturday at 5:00pm and is available all week.
Stream and chat live on YouTube: Saturday 5pm, Sunday 9am

Church At Home

As part of our plan to meet in person, we're excited to launch a new ministry called Church at Home! Let's open our homes and invite our neighbors, friends and family to do church with us! We want to bring people who are far from God, near to God and one of the best ways to do that is growing deeper together spiritually.

West Covina Update

We are aggressively pursuing opportunities to re-open the West Covina Campus. In the mean time you can stay involved by attending online or by joining a Church At Home.

Compassion Network

We are passionate about helping to meet the needs of people in our church & community who are age 65 and older, have compromised immune systems or are single parents and can't leave the house with their children. Serving on the Compassion Network team will require a background check. This background check only checks criminal history and will not affect your credit.

God's Pantry

Help distribute groceries to those in need at God’s Pantry

Give Now

We encourage you to continue to give so that we can help reach even more people.

  • Set up recurring giving or make a one time gift below
  • Mail your gift in to 1404 W. Covina Blvd. San Dimas, CA 91773

If you have any questions or need assistance, please reach out to your campus staff through the ONE&ALL website.

Community Groups

Our Online Community groups are a great way to grow spiritually while building relationships during this season of isolation. Being a part of a group means joining with others for a bible study, praying for one another, having fun and making a difference in the world by serving together!

Join an Online Community Group today!

Prayer Available

 We have Pastors available to listen, pray for you, offer you encouragement and answer questions about God and the Bible. 

  • Monday : Thursday 9am-5pm 909.592.2282
  • During Non-Business Hours: 909.592.2282 ext 109 or ext 122

Counseling Services Available

If people are experiencing severe fear, stress or anxiety, Professional Christian Counseling is available by licensed Marriage and Family Therapists and pre-licensed associates and trainees. These services are available for children, youth, adults, couples and families. For more information contact Ron Hall at [email protected].

For additional information we encourage you to visit the LA County Public Health Department or the CDC’s website.