Come join us as we celebrate the Unitarian Universalist multi-generational tradition of “Flower Communion.”
If you are new to Unitarian Universalism, it's a lovely tradition about embracing our diversity of thought and person by building a bouquet of flowers with each person bringing a flower to add to the bouquet. This year, we invite the Roomers (in-person attendees) to bring a flower and the Zoomers (online attendees) to put a flower in their virtual background, however they like. Zoomers can also lift up a flower during the blessing of the flowers. And don't worry we will have plenty of flowers on hand for the Roomers, if you forget one. Everyone is welcome to participate.
We also lift up the bridging of our youth to adulthood this day. Rev. Sian and Rev. Judy.
In-person worship has resumed! To ensure safety of those in-person, seat registration is required to attend (registration opens the Saturday morning prior to the Sunday service).
Even though in-person worship has resumed in a limited capacity, online worship using Zoom is still available. Find further details about Zoom and how to access this service from wherever you happen to be. Come be a part of our beloved community, and stay connected in this time of social distancing.
Check out our COVID-19 response to see all the efforts to keep our community safe.