Sunday Service – May 17 “Flower Communion.”

A favorite Unitarian Universalist ritual is Flower Communion. It’s a time to celebrate spring, a time to affirm the principles of our liberal faith, and a time to remember the ritual’s founder, Dr. Norbert Capek, who was killed by the Nazis in 1942. In our service this year, we will blend reflections on the Flower Communion’s theology with celebration through theopoetics. Please bring your favorite poem, passage, picture or song about flowers or free religion, as well as a flower to share.  Service Leader:  Judi Hetrick. Join us for our monthly 3rd Sunday Potluck.