Upcoming Services

Worship services are held each Sunday at 10:30 a.m. For more info on location, etc. please see our Visitor Info page.

Starting in September 2018, Tapestry’s worship services for the next church year are organized to help us deepen our understanding of our Seven Principles and Six Sources. This is in place of a monthly theme.

March 24

Beauty Is Truth, Truth Beauty

Inspired by the iconic saying from “Ode on a Grecian Urn,” by poet, John Keats, Mickey Jackson, Wendy Washington, David Dearing, and Susan Jagielko share personal reflections and literary sources regarding truth.

Speaker: Rev. Kent Doss

April 7

“The Journey Begins” - Celebration Sunday

This Sunday is the climax of Tapestry’s annual stewardship campaign. In this place and time, there are so many ways for our liberal religious community to make a positive impact. This Sunday we celebrate and dream of the possibilities of where we might go together.

Speaker: Rev. Kent Doss

April 14

“Great Power and Greater Responsibility”

Based on the hugely popular book “Sapiens: A Brief History of Human King,” we will reflect on the accidents of history that placed humans at the apex of the natural world. It’s an impressive journey, but it leaves us depending primarily on ourselves. Where we go from here is up to us.

Speaker: Rev. Kent Doss

April 21

“The Promise of Spring”

Our Unitarian Universalist hope does not rest in a 2000 year old miracle story; it rests in the reliable promise of the renewal of life. This Sunday we celebrate Spring and the renewal of wholeness. Following today’s worship, children are invited to participate in an egg hunt outside.

Speaker: Rev. Kent Doss

April 28

“Question Box Sermon”

This Sunday’s sermon is exactly what you want to hear. Rev. Kent will respond to questions written by you during the service. The questions that do not get answered will be kept on file to help inspire future sermon writing. Also, this Sunday we will honor the dedicated volunteers that keep our congregation running smoothly.

Speaker: Rev. Kent Doss


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