Each spring, we Unitarian Universalists celebrate Flower Communion, a ceremony in which lovely spring flowers are given and received, reflecting the beauty and community created when we share our gifts with others and with the world. In a drive-thru ritual similar to the one we shared last August for our annual Water Ceremony, you are invited to bring a fresh flower (one for each person in your vehicle) and drive through the HUUC parking lot, giving your flower to one of our volunteers, who will place it in the traditional Heritage flower basket created many years ago by the late Connie Booth, who helped to make the Flower Communion such a treasured institution at Heritage Church.
You can read more about the drive-through portion of the Flower Communion worship service.
To honor Connie Booth, and in recognition of the fact that this year’s Flower Communion Sunday falls on the first anniversary of Connie’s burial, the flowers collected during the Flower Communion will be placed on Connie’s grave. You are invited to a drive-through procession at Heritage Acres Memorial Sanctuary, starting at 1:00 p.m.