I'm happy to say that I'm negotiating with our UU Church in Los Angeles to provide quarter time ministry to their congregation. I'll still be at the Santa Clarita church 3/4 time and giving Los Angeles my free hours. I've had some prior experience serving two congregations at once. It's tricky, and obviously Sunday mornings I can't be two places at once, but I do think I have something to offer Los Angeles even on a very part time basis, without shirking my responsibilities in Santa Clarita. And I've already been in contact with several other local ministers who've agreed to help.
First Church Los Angeles is an historic church in the mid-Wilshire area of Los Angeles. The congregation built a large building back in the 1920s. They have a proud history concerning social justice ministry. Currently the congregation is small and depends on rental income. Their most recent minister, Rev. Monica Cummings recently resigned to accept a position with the UUA.
The neighborhood around the church is urban and mixed ethnic, mostly Latino and Korean. It also seems to be undergoing revitalization recently. There's a subway stop two blocks from the church at a major LA intersection: Wilshire and Vermont. The Gay Men's Chorus that I sing with rehearses at a Presbyterian church just a few blocks from the Unitarian church. And I live only about a mile away - I'm much closer to the LA church than the Santa Clarita church, which is about 35 miles from my house.