Who We Are
Tapestry is a spiritually diverse community. We welcome a diversity of religious belief, sexual orientation, gender, ethnicity and physical ability among our members and visitors.
What We're Doing
We're actively working on issues relating to immigration and the environment, among others.
Fall Service Auction
October 19, 2019
What is a Service Auction?
- Tapestry members offer themed dinners, visits to museums, a weekend at a timeshare, babysitting, soup, antique car rides, handmade knitted sweaters, rides to the airport, a pool party, guitar lessons, etc. In other words anything and everything that they can offer and someone else might want.
- The night of the auction we all gather for a wonderful meal cooked by our resident chef Kathy Spahn. Hot dogs or corn dogs, pizza, chicken sliders, popcorn and other snacks, salad, cheese sticks, churros, ice cream, wine, beer, and drinks.
- Everyone receives an auction booklet that includes all the items being offered.
- Everyone has a paddle and the two auctioneers start the bidding. When something comes up that you want, you raise your paddle—just like a regular auction.
- After half the items, we take a break for the wonderful desserts baked by the Ways and Means committee members. Then the process continues until all the items have been bid on.
- Then the amazing cashiers, tally up the totals, you pay for what you’ve purchased and you mark your calendars for all the fun items and events.
- Kids' Auction
- Costumes encouraged
- Photo booth and Face Painting
Doesn’t that sound like a great evening?
It only costs $15 for adults and $5 for kids.
We hope you will all sign up! You can do that after the service Sunday or by e-mailing Sue Dearing at firstname.lastname@example.org
Send your offering with title, description, date and time (if applicable), number of people or services, and starting bid to: email@example.com
For further information, please contact Sue at firstname.lastname@example.org or (949) 855-6965.
Thanks for supporting Tapestry!
Community Event: “The IF Project” with special guest speakers
Hosted by Tapestry's Women's Rights Action Group
Saturday, November 2nd, 2019
Doors Open: 5:30 PM / Program Starts: 6 PM
“The IF Project” is a 90-minute documentary that follows an extraordinary police ofﬁcer and four women in the “IF” writing project through their journeys as they are released from prison, reunited with their families, and as they face life on the outside after release.
Special guest speakers Stephanie Hammerwold, Executive Director and Co-Founder of Paciﬁc Reentry Career Services and two of her clients will share the challenges of formerly incarcerated women returning to the work force.
Attendance is Free. Donations will be gratefully accepted to support the cost of the documentary ﬁlm screening and future Women’s Rights Action Group community events
Tapestry, a Unitarian Universalist Congregation
23676 Birtcher Drive, Lake Forest, CA 92630