Delivered By
Rev. Elizabeth Sollie
Delivered On
June 14, 2020


Flower Communion was created in 1923 by the Czechoslovakian Unitarian Minister Norbert Capek. This is one of the few rituals unique to Unitarian Universalism. We will talk about the history and the symbolism. Traditionally, everyone brings a flower to the service, makes a shared bouquet and then takes a different flower home. We will have an online version of this ritual, so have a flower ready to share—a real one, a picture of one or an artistic rendering of a flower. We will turn on our cameras and make a bouquet!

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