Beauty, History, & Convenient Access to Funeral Services in Orange County

Saddleback Chapel's Funeral Service Facilities

Tustin is called “the City of Trees,” and we are uniquely situated in the Old Town historic district among some of the oldest trees in the city. Saddleback Chapel is only one block from the historic El Camino Real, the original road connecting California’s settlements and made famous by early Spanish missionaries.

Saddleback Chapel is spacious and elegant, graced by natural wood beams, a lighted chandelier, and our remarkable stained glass window. Our rooms are filled with natural light, creating an atmosphere of beauty and tranquility. The chapel’s breathtaking gardens and landscaping provides a serene respite from the burdens of the world, a beautiful setting in which to honor your loved one.

Convenience & Accessibility

Our premier location is a true advantage to our clients, centrally located in Orange County at the intersection of the 5 and 55 freeways. We are only minutes from either freeway and yet we are located in a quiet oasis, nestled among tree-lined streets of vintage homes and businesses near many quality eating establishments.

Saddleback Chapel is easily accessible: within blocks of public bus stops, 10 minutes from John Wayne Airport, the Santa Ana train station, and a Metrolink stop. We are convenient to so many areas, only 20 minutes away from beach communities, 10 minutes from Disneyland, two hours from the Mexican border, and one hour from metro Los Angeles and LAX. This location provides easy access to and from any travel destination and meets all desired modes of travel.

Saddleback Chapel features two lovely and relaxing patio areas where families may host gatherings with light refreshments. If you prefer, however, there are a number of excellent and diverse restaurants in the immediate vicinity that offer banquet facilities. For out-of-town visitors, there are hotel accommodations nearby to meet any budget.

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The most meaningful was the way that we were treated as people, with no pressure and such sensitivity. The funeral director was very understanding and helpful. —R.G.