I want you woven into a tapestry of love! – Colossians 2:2a
The Tapestry of Changed Lives celebrates the 35th Anniversary of Saddleback Church. It is a symbol of the size and scope of our church family and God’s dynamic work in and among us. It served as an interactive piece on which thousands participated over the course of six months. The pieces of cloth represent one of over 40,000 people whose lives have been changed and its 35-foot length honors each year of our church’s history. Through color and line, the Tapestry tells a story of God working in our church family.
Concept and Design:
Thousands and Thousands of Our Saddleback Church Family
Steven Homestead, Dan Long
Diana Avellan, Melissa Cheves, Steven Homestead, Jason Leith, Tiffany Miller, Jenna Recuparo
Interactive Frame Construction:
Aaron Aprati, James Bewley, Dan Long
Tapestry Tour Volunteers:
Kevin Barbarino, Jason Leith, Mandy Hinkle, Steven Homestead, Scott Shin, Katherine Takaoka
Fabric Cutting Volunteers:
Ex Creatis Artists and Volunteer Central
Post-Production Artists & Volunteers:
Ex Creatis Artists
To be a community that disciples, equips, and sends-out artists that better understand their calling, influence, and impact. This transformational creative community makes the Bride of Christ more beautiful and gives the world a better understanding and view of God.