Mother's Day "Flower Communion" Service
This Sunday we’ll celebrate our annual “Flower Communion” during both our 9:30 and 11:15 services. This tradition, which originated in the early 20th Century in the Unitarian Church of Prague, is celebrated almost universally across all Unitarian Universalist congregations. In this ritual, we use flowers to celebrate the beauty in our diversity as a faith community and to affirm the wide range of gifts that we share with each other in our congregation.
To celebrate Flower Communion, we ask all who attend to bring to church a cut flower, a small potted plant, or even seed packets to place on the altar that will be set up in the front of the Sanctuary.
Both services will offer something for all ages, so whether you’re 9 months or 90 years old, we invite all to gather for this wonderful tradition!