Flower Communion

Originated by Rev. Norbert Capek, in his native Czechoslovakia in 1923, the Flower Communion is perhaps the most widely-celebrated ritual in Unitarian Universalist congregations today.  Created out of a need for a symbolic ritual that would bind people more closely together, this communion was inspired by the native beauty of the countryside.  Bring a flower to share.  We will also celebrate and recognize our Children’s Religious Education program at the beginning of the service.  Service leader:  Celia Ellison.  Intergenerational Service. Join us after Sunday Service for our monthly potluck. It will be a Cookout this month!

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