Flower Communion

The Flower Communion service was created by Norbert Capek, founder of the Unitarian Church in Czechoslovakia, and introduced to North America by his wife Maja, also a Unitarian minister. It is a symbolic ritual intended to bring congregations together. Join members of the Sunday Service Committee as they present this year’s ceremony.

Please bring some flowers, preferably wildflowers or from your own garden, to participate in the ceremony.

This is our last service for June.

All services are currently hybrid (i.e. both in person and via Zoom) at 11:00 a.m. To join any of our upcoming services on Zoom, please click on this SERVICE LINK a few minutes before the service.

Find the past recorded services here