Each spring our congregation participates in a uniquely Unitarian Universalist tradition, the Flower Communion, to celebrate our beloved community.
Everyone is asked to bring a flower to church- from the garden, from the store, or from the roadside. These blooms are added to our common bouquet as we gather for worship. During the service each person chooses a different flower to take home, thus symbolizing both the gifts we bring and those we receive.
Established in Europe by Rev. Norbert Capek, this UU tradition has found its way into many, if not most, UU congregations across country.
Join us as we continue this tradition now for more than 40 years within our walls. The music of the choir and special guest musicians will enrich our time together.
Worship Associate: Suzanne Horton.