123 N. Lake Street
|123 N. Lake Street|
The Front Entrance of the Universal World Church on Lake Street
|Town||Los Angeles, CA|
|Address||123 N. Lake Street|
The Mother Church of the Universal World Church occupied a building at 123 N. Lake Street in Los Angeles, California from the time of the church's founding in 1958, until the time the building was demolished in 2003.
The building was described by Frank Zappa as a "quonset hut".
Prior to 1958, the site was the home of Calvary Temple whose pastor was Leroy M. Kopp.
The site is now occupied by the Lake Street Primary Center, a public school of the Los Angeles Unified School district and its address is 135 N. Lake Street.