Aldersgate Retreat Center is a historic home that is available to rent out for retreats, reunions, special events, meetings and workshops. The Mission Revival/Craftsman house was originally built in 1892 as a residence in downtown Los Angeles. It was moved to its present location in 1927, and came under the current ownership of the California-Pacific Conference of the United Methodist Church in the 1970's. The three-story house includes a living room, library, formal dining room, dining room, meeting room and bedrooms. Located next to the house is Buerge Chapel and Meditation Garden, also available for events. Overnight stays can accomodate 10-44 people, and special events can accommodate 75 people. Other amenities of the house include pianos, LCD projector, portable screen, televisions with DVD/VCR players and dry erase boards. Full meal service is available from an on-site chef. The center also has relationships with many vendors who provide services for special events.