100th Anniversary of the Flower Communion

Linda Fitzgerald, Worship Associate

The Flower Communion is an annual ritual celebrating beauty, diversity, and community. The Flower Communion was originally created in June 1923 by the Rev. Norbert Čapek (CHAW-peck), who founded the Unitarian Church in Czechoslovakia. Join us to celebrate the 100th anniversary of this ritual treasured by Unitarian Universalists around the world.

All are invited to bring a fresh-cut flower to participate; we will have a few extra flowers for anyone who arrives without one. 

Special music: “Wildflowers” by Tom Petty & “The Rose” by Amanda McBroom. Offered by Hap Palmer, Rhonda Richard, Mia Forbes & Kevin Mathie. Coordinated by Mia Forbes.

The Order of Service may be found in this website’s Worship menu on Sunday morning.