The Flower Ceremony is a Unitarian Universalist ritual dating back to 1923 celebrating diversity and cooperation. This year, we’ll be celebrating in a new way, as we share photos of flowers and of people who bring beauty to our community. Just as Norbert and Maja Čapek created the flower ceremony to meet a community’s needs in a new way for a new age, we are adapting as a community to share comfort, encouragement, and commitment to our values in ways that fit our times. This will be Rev. Lyn’s last service as UUCSS’s Interim Minister. Please email InterimMinister@uucss.org with your photos of flowers by June 7. Photos of flowers and people together are especially welcome!
Here is the link to the livestream:
Anyone with an internet connection should be able to view the livestream. You may need to log in to Google to participate in the chat. A recording will be available to view later, but not the livestream chat.
American Sign Language interpretation will be available during the service at this link:
After the service, please join us for Virtual Coffee Hour, which will be via a link sent to members by email. Subject “Today’s Sunday Worship Service Reminder“.