This is part of our regular Worship Service on Sunday, June 14th . This distinctive ritual is part of our Unitarian Universalist heritage - a simple but profound ceremony symbolic of our diverse community and our choosing to be here. woSo bring a flower of any kind (it can be from your yard or garden, or store-bought; it can be a flowering or leafy branch) with you this morning. And don't worry if you cannot bring one or you forget - we will have plenty of extras on hand.
With these we will create a bouquet and at the end of the Service, each participant will be invited to take home a flower different than the one brought.