Flower Communion Intergenerational Service

For our annual Flower Communion, we each bring a flower (or several), fill vases and baskets with them, and after blessing the flowers and each other, choose a flower that someone else brought and bring it home. (There will be plenty of extras for those who didn’t know or forgot–a living example of abundance!) It’s a beauty-filled, joy-filled intergenerational service built around a ritual that has been practiced in Unitarian Universalist churches since the 1920s.

This is a service that many children find enjoyable. As always, children who have a hard time sitting still for the whole service can leave at any time to go to child care, and as always there will be coloring pages available to use during the service.

Worship leaders: Revs. Dan Harper and Amy Zucker Morgenstern

Worship Associate: Brian Weller

Music: Sarah Kirton, Scandinavian music

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