June 18 Service at 10:30 AM
Rev. Julie Lombard, Minister
For over 70 years Unitarian Universalists have been bringing a flower on this day from their own gardens or from a field or roadside. All blooms are welcome! This ritual signifies that it’s by our own free will that we join with one another and our gathered flowers are a symbol of our unity. The significance of the flower communion is that no two flowers are alike, just as no two people are alike, yet each has a unique contribution to share. Our bountiful bouquet would not be the same without the addition of each flower, and thus it is with our church community, it would not be the same without all souls. Please join us for this special worship service – an affirmation of our ever blooming beloved community.