Flower Communion is one of a few Unitarian Universalist specific rituals, where everyone is asked to bring a flower to the service to create a varied bouquet. The ritual reminds us of the diverse gifts, talents and blessings each person has, and how by coming together in beloved community we create a bouquet which is more beautiful than any single flower. We can do more together in community than any of us can do alone. This Sunday we also celebrate our high school seniors as they officially “bridge” into young adulthood. Let us come together to celebrate the gifts we have in being together while we also give witness to the adventures that await us.
(If you plan on coming in person, please bring a flower to the service. If you will be attending virtually, bring a flower with you to your holy space at home.)