Upcoming Services

singing bowl
In order to create a meditative and reflective mood, please enter the sanctuary in silence if the prelude music has begun.

The theme for May is Acceptance

 April 30— 10:30 am

“Back to the Ordinary”

Much of our lives are driven by crisis and ecstasy. Whether it is political, environment, or personal, the ups and downs seem more dramatic every year. This Sunday we focus on getting off of the roller coaster and back on solid ground.
Rev. Kent Doss

Worship Associate: Dave Weber

May 7— 10:30 am

 “Faces of Friendship”

The Tapestry Reader’s Theater group, along with Music Director, Melissa Sky Eagle and the Tapestry choir, will examine the many facets of friendship.

Using a variety of sources, from research to poetry, Wendy Washington, Mickey Jackson, David Dearing, Susan Jagielko, and Sheryl Hagen will present a thoughtful

perspective on the close relationships we experience in our lives.

Worship Associate: Susan Jagielko 

May 14— 10:30 am

“Mothers Day”

Parenting is messy business, both literally and figuratively. It’s a job that is never finished, and never perfectly executed. This Sunday as we celebrate Mother’s Day, we lift up the love found in accepting our imperfections.

Rev. Kent

Worship Associate: Cherish Jones

May 21— 10:30 am

“Coming of Age”

  In many cultures around the world, adolescence is marked as an important transition in life. At Tapestry, our seventh and eighth grade youth have been meeting with Rev. Kent to learn more about Unitarian Universalism and deepen their own beliefs. This Sunday we will recognize these four youth, as we celebrate the past and future of Unitarian Universalism. This is a multigenerational worship service. Children and youth are encouraged to stay and participate in the worship service with their families.

Rev. Kent and Tapestry Youth

Worship Associate: Connie Pursell


May 28— 10:30 am

“Perfect Strangers”

Popular guest speaker and UCLA Oncology Chaplain Michael Eselun will explore our relationship to strangers.  We are often told from a young age, “Don’t talk to strangers,” only to find that sometimes such encounters might be “perfect.”

Michael Eselun

Worship Associate: Sheryl Hagen