"Is this a church?" Sidonie Smith said as she stood outside Grant Elementary in Santa Monica. "I'm so excited about the impact it will have on our community. I've been praying for a church to come here for 40 years."
Not all residents share Smith's enthusiasm. Since late January, some neighbors have expressed dissatisfaction with the arrangement between City of God church and its landlord, the Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School District.
Six district campuses allow larger churches to rent space when schools aren't in session. A state law allows various organizations to meet at schools. Churches, without a suitable home, can worship on a "one-time or renewable basis..." defined as temporary, according to the law....
Pity, John Y., a raucous noise does not spread the word of God
Titus 3:2 to malign no one, to be uncontentious, gentle, showing every consideration for all men.---NASB
Now you're obviously non-Christian example of a church has a right to worship as they please, q.v., Charismatic Chaos, and unfortunately the church in this article is probably Pentecostal as well. So what happens legally inside their building, should be no concern of the government, but disturbing the peace of others can be and if they consider themselves any sort of Christians it should be their concern also.
A similar incident transpired several years ago in the town where I reside. There was a similar kind of Pentecostal Church in a church building and the neighbors complained about too much joyful noise emanating from that church. The whole matter came before the city council and the city council stated I believe that because of the First Amendment Freedom of Religion the city council couldn't legally do anything to curtail the worship service of that church as that would be in violation of the church First Amendment rights.