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Flower Communion is a ritual practiced in many, I would venture most, Unitarian Universalist congregations in the spring. It was instituted by Norbert Capek, a Unitarian minister in Prague, in 1923, and takes a variety of forms. The central element is that each person brings a flower to the service and each takes a different one away. I love this service. Ours will be on May 13 this year.

I came across a Flower Communion liturgy that I wrote in 2002, and may use or revise for this year. The italics are the congregational response. Read the rest of this entry »


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