Freedom to Bloom

The Flower Communion, our beautiful yearly celebration that happens in UU congregations around the world, was born in Prague in 1923, as extremist ideology was on the rise in Eastern Europe. As we confront the rise of fascism in our own time, this ritual has important lessons for us about the necessity of beauty and diversity in the struggle for freedom. Bring a flower – any kind, fancy or simple or wild or weed – to services on this Sunday, whether you are online or in person!


And don’t forget to stick around for our Annual Meeting at 11:30 AM in Parish Hall!

Sunday services take place both in-person and online at 10:00 AM.

Watch on Facebook with this link, or on Zoom with this link. Service will be followed by a virtual coffee hour for conversation and connection, also on Zoom.

See you then!

If you miss the service or have trouble connecting, we also post all service videos on our YouTube channel and on our service archive page a day or two after each service.