Flower Communion

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Rather than forego the traditional flower communion because of COVID-19, let’s emphasize the deeper meaning of the Flower Communion, by bringing together a small bunch of flowers in each of our homes. Some of us might even take some flowers to a member or members for a hands-free hand-off. Each flower represents you, a member of your family, or the people from UUFRC with whom you have connected. We will bless all of the flowers, as we do in a traditional ceremony, and meditate on our appreciation of their gifts to us. Because we cannot hand them out freely, we hope you will cherish those you have in the spirit of community Norbert Capek modeled in creating this ritual.

Worship Associate: Chris DeCardy.