Flower Communion (Intergenerational) Service on May 14th

On Sunday, May 14, we will have our annual Flower Communion. Each person who attends this service brings a flower (yes, we will have extras in case you forget). And each person leaves with a different flower. This uniquely Unitarian Universalist service originated in the Unitarian church of Prague, Czechoslovakia, before the Second World War. It’s a lovely and moving service, and a great way for children to learn something about our Unitarian Universalist heritage. There will be a special activity book with coloring pages and puzzles, and of course younger children may go to child care if they need to.