In Person and Online
‘Tis the season of birth and growth and transformation… And nothing symbolizes this season like flowers – and eggs! This morning we will speak of the meaning of this season and we will share the tradition of the Flower Communion, originated by Rev. Norbert Capek, a Unitarian minister who lived in Prague in the last century.
All ages are invited to bring blooms and flowers — either in person or beside your photo in Zoom — to contribute to the Flower Communion and to participate in this traditional service!!
We will have a few refreshments along with the annual egg hunt outside after the service!
Our young people will be with us for most of the service… and they may have a surprise for their families and other adults at the end of the service!
Join us for this joyous springtime service — in person at UUCO or online!! !
UUCO is a welcoming congregation and we invite you to join us this Sunday either online or in person. Unfortunately, we are unable to publish the link due to security concerns. However, you may contact Sandra Moss at firstname.lastname@example.org to have the link sent to you. Please request link before Sunday.