Sunday, May 17 – “Flower Communion”

An annual tradition in many Unitarian Universalist congregations, flower communion will be reimagined for an online community experience. To participate, we invite you to bring some representation of a flower that is meaningful to you. It can be an actual flower, a drawing, a photograph, even a poem or a song about flowers. The important thing is that the representation of the flower speaks to you meaningfully on that day. You will be invited to join smaller virtual groups to share your flower and briefly explain its meaning. FUS Children’s and Youth Choir Director Heather Thorpe will sing.


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