Speaker: Mary Stackpole

Flower Ceremony

The origin of Flower Communion goes back to Norbert Čapek, the founder of the Unitarian Church in Czechoslovakia. He saw a need to unite the diverse congregants of Protestant, Catholic, and Jewish faiths in his church. For this reason, in 1936, he honored the universal beauty of nature by having a communion of flowers instead … Continue reading Flower Ceremony

Our Bodies, Our Rights

In a time where discrimination and inequality around gender and reproductive rights grow, how can we only grow stronger, grow louder. The concept of body-autonomy is embedded in many of our values and principles as Unitarian Universalists, and is expressed in our support of comprehensive sexuality education through OWL. Join us as we discuss the … Continue reading Our Bodies, Our Rights

Liberating Love: Releasing the Covenant

This will be Rev. Lydia’s last Sunday service with us. In this meaningful ritual, we will release the covenant that has bound her to us these many years. Special music will be offered by the Fellowship choir and gifts will be exchanged. Following the service, cake will be served during coffee hour. Zoom Service Recording