Upcoming Services

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

The theme for June is Prophetic Imperative


June 4— 10:30 am

“The Prophetic Imperative”

Unitarian theologian James Luther Adams believed that we are responsible not just to work for justice, but to cast a vision for a better world. This Sunday we reflect on the role of the Biblical prophet and how we too might envision a different future.

Rev. Kent Doss

June 11— 10:30 am

“Visions of Beloved Community”

Tapestry is many different things to many different people. This Sunday, in advance of our Annual Meeting, we explore the challenge and the dream of being a radically welcoming, theologically diverse, multicultural congregation. To help us explore that vision, the Children’s and Youth Choir from All Souls Unitarian Church in Tulsa, OK will visit and share their music.

Rev. Kent Doss

Following the service is the Tapestry Annual Meeting for the election of Trustees, the annual budget, property votes, Committee and staff reports, and more. 

June 18— 10:30 am

“Youth Sunday”

Tapestry’s high-school youth will lead us in worship, sharing their understanding of Unitarian Universalism and their hopes for the future. Graduating Seniors Noah Gothard and Jake Hoiseth will deliver the sermon.


June 25— 10:30 AM

An Arresting Development”

“There are many ways in which one may choose to be an activist, each unique to our time, talents, interests and other considerations.

So, why did 29 Unitarian Universalists, along with our UUA President, Peter Morales, and myself, allow ourselves to be arrested and jailed in Phoenix, AZ on July 29, 2010?

As you know, this is far from over!  I have a riveting first-person story to tell.”


Rev. Lee Marie Sanchez has been a religious professional for 24 years, beginning first as a Director of Religious Education, and then as a Hospital and Hospice Chaplain for two large medical centers in Washington State.  She received her Masters of Divinity from our Unitarian Universalist seminary, Meadville/Lombard Theological School in Chicago, and has served as a Minister for 3 of our UU congregations, currently serving as part-time Minister to the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Laguna Beach.  She officiates at rites of passage:  weddings, memorial services, and baby dedications, and has now preached in more than three dozen Unitarian Universalist congregations in three states.”

Worship Associate: Sheryl Hagen