In-Person & Online Worship


Worship Services Sunday mornings in person or online

To participate in worship at Tapestry, all people over the age of 11 must have been fully vaccinated and provide proof of vaccination.

Masks will be worn inside Tapestry’s building by everyone except for children under 2 years of age.

Update:With the FDA granting emergency use authorization for the COVID vaccine on May 10, 2021 for those aged 12-15 years old, beginning Sunday August 22, persons 12 years and up must be fully vaccinated plus two weeks in order to participate in worship and the RECY classrooms. You may present your vaccine card at the greeter's table on Sunday morning or send it to David Dearing at

Live Tapestry worship is also available for viewing on Zoom. Anyone who is not able to participate in person is encouraged to participate online. See form at right.

Worship Services: Sunday, 10:30 a.m.
23676 Birtcher Drive, Lake Forest, CA 92630-1769

More info on procedures and practices...

You can also join in our service on Facebook if you prefer. However, we think you'll find that the Zoom version provides a richer experience. It's the same service either, but with improved video & audio in Zoom.

But the choice is yours. If you prefer, go to Facebook and join from there.

Request Worship Service Link

Please provide your name and email address to request access to our online worship service.

    Next Service: Sun. 10:30 a.m.

    October 24
    “Honoring Our Place”
    Rev. Kent Doss


    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.


    Join Us on the Journey!

    Whether your interest is in worship, religious education, social justice or just being with like-minded people we'd love to meet you.

    Learn what Happened to the People Displaced by CalTrans

    In late July a group of 25+ people who had been camping for a year on CalTrans property, near a freeway off-ramp south of San Clemente, were told they needed to evacuate in just a few days. Maura Mikulec and other volunteers in the San Clemente Affordable Housing Coalition mobilized on their behalf - including organizing a rally at which Rev Kent Doss spoke. Tapestry’s Welcoming Neighbors Home helped by sending out a call to action and our congregants responded. The eviction was delayed by 1 month.

    Maura Mikulec leads the South County Homeless Task Force. She is a social worker who does volunteer street outreach in San Clemente. We are honored to have her serve as a “Canary” (aka City Monitor) for Dana Point for the Welcoming Neighbors Home Initiative. She is a compelling speaker because she knows the people involved – and this is an important case study to learn what happens when we focus a lot of advocacy effort to help a group of individuals in need.

    Join us on Sunday November 14, at 12:00 p.m.

    Join in-person at Tapestry, or via Zoom to hear from Maura Mikulec who will tell us what happened to the folks who were in the encampment. Learn how the homelessness “system” responded (or didn’t respond), how they were characterized by city officials and what we learned from doing all this advocacy.

    Click here to sign up to receive the Zoom link.
    If you have questions, email:

    Concert & Cuisine

    Saturday, October 23, 4:00 p.m.

    23676 Birtcher Dr., Lake Forest, CA

    Beer, wine and small plates dinner

    $35 for adults $7 for kids

    Need to know: All eating will be outside. Proof of vaccination is required to enter for concert.

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    Concert & Cuisine with Jeannette Hunker

    Food Drive – Drop-off at Tapestry

    23676 Birtcher Dr., Lake Forest, CA 92630
    on Sunday mornings

    There is a blue bucket in the front of Tapestry for food donations Donations will go to South County Outreach and other local organizations serving those without homes.

    Examples of foods to donate:

    • Oatmeal - Instant or Regular
    • Pasta - Penne Zita, Fuscilli
    • Hearty Soups
    • 2 lb Bags of Beans
    • Cereal
    • Pasta Sauce (Red & White)
    • Protein Bars
    • 2 lb Bags of Rice
    • Instant Soups
    • Dinner Helpers
    • Canned Fruit
    • Canned Pasta Meals
    • Canned Chicken
    • Macaroni & Cheese
    • Canned Beef Stew
    • Baby foods and diapers

    Donations will go to local organizations serving those without homes. Especially needed are healthy small serving size foods, and small containers with a pop off lids that do not need to be heated. Sometimes people are able to get access to hot water—so instant oatmeal, cup- of-soup, cup-of-noodles, and instant drink mix can work. Also wanted for those who have homes but are food-insecure.