Flower Communion

This will be a hybrid (in-person and on Zoom) service at the home of one of our church members. If you’d like to attend in person and need the address, leave us a message using the “contact” tab above and we will send it to you. Weather permitting, we will be outside. Barbara May, our friend and seminary student will help lead and preach.

The Flower Communion Ceremony has become a Unitarian Universalist tradition created by Norbert Capek (1870-1942), who founded the Unitarian Church in Czechoslovakia. We ask that those in attendance each bring a flower to be included in the front display, symbolizing the gifts that we each bring to the community. Then we each select a different flower to take with us. Potted bedding plants or cut flowers are welcomed.

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