Flower Ceremony

Join us for the annual Unitarian Universalist Flower Ceremony. For just over 100 years, Unitarians, and then Unitarian Universalists, have been celebrating the Flower Ceremony each spring. This ceremony, first conducted by the Rev. Norbert Čapek in Prague in 1923, aims to acknowledge beauty and bring it into our lives. It is also a time to remember Rev. Čapek, who was martyred during WWII.

Remember to bring your flowers to worship for the annual flower ceremony!

To join the service via livestream on YouTube at 10:30 a.m., please click here.

To view the Order of Service, please click here. (The latest OOS is uploaded by Saturday; you may need to refresh your screen to view it.)

For additional service information, including link to Sunday Announcements, please click here.