Each year when we celebrate the ending of another Fellowship year, we offer a Flower Communion, a uniquely Unitarian ritual. It began in Prague on June 4,1923 by Rev Norbert Capek, founder of the Unitarian Church in Czechoslovakia. He identified a need to unite the diverse congregants of his church with a symbolic ritual, without alienating those who had left other traditions. The flower communion honours the universal beauty of nature and inspires the spiritual power of love, beauty and peace.
This year we ask that you send in pictures of flowers that are especially meaningful to you. They can be flowers from your living room, flowers from your garden, from your neighbourhood, or off the internet.
To join any of our upcoming services on Zoom, please click on this SERVICE LINK a few minutes before 11 a.m.
This is the last Sunday service, before the summer break.
Look for the Summer Newsletter (July & August) for summer updates.