Flower Festival & Senior Bridging

First introduced in Czechoslovakia in 1923, this Unitarian Universalist ritual was originally envisioned as one of “togetherness and hope,” and it still is – perhaps this year more than any other.  Please bring one (or two) flowers – from your yard, from a florist (long stem are best, not required) and plan to go home with a flower different from the one you arrived with.
On this Sunday, we will also recognize the high school seniors who have grown up in this congregation with a Bridging ritual.
Special guest musicians: Bunny Gittleman and her students with Music Director Emeritus, Dan Lindblom for hymns.