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

November 17, 2019
““The Chalice and Beyond””
Rev. Kent Doss

Next Service

November 17, 2019
Rev. Kent Doss

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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.

Remember "Tapestry's Got Talent?"

It's making a comeback!

Saturday, November 16 at 6 p.m. at Tapestry

To make it happen, we need all of you with talent to participate! Can you sing, dance, tell an original story, play an instrument, recite an original poem, juggle, stand on your head or do anything else which would be entertaining? If so, contact Bill Hunker soon to let him know what you want to do: He’ll be arranging auditions, rehearsals and the show.

Kathy Spahn will provide lots of scrumptious appetizers, wine and other drinks and Ways and Means members will provide an array of homemade desserts.

Tickets will be $15 for adults and $5 for kids. Sign ups available soon online and after the service at Tapestry starting Oct. 27. Mark your calendars now! It’s sure to be a rousing evening of good entertainment! Thanks for helping to make it happen!

Sign up now!

Community Event: “God Loves Uganda”

Film Screening

Saturday, November 23, 2019
7:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.

The film, which premiered at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival, explores connections between evangelicalism in North America and in Uganda, suggesting that the North American influence is the reason behind the controversial Uganda Anti-Homosexuality Act, which is once again being proposed in Uganda and raises the possibility of the death penalty for LGBT Ugandans.

Rev. Mark Kiyimba, minister of the Unitarian Universalist Church of Uganda and activist for LGBT rights in Uganda will be available for a community discussion after the film.

Tapestry, a Unitarian Universalist Congregation
23676 Birtcher Drive, Lake Forest, CA 92630