Sunday, June 9 is the last Sunday of our regular church year. Join us for this special service and a picnic afterwards to celebrate our year together. We’ll provide sandwiches and small side dishes, as well as plenty of good friends. You and your family can bring a blanket to sit on.

The Flower communion service was originally created in 1923 by Unitarian minister Norbert Capek, who founded the Unitarian Church in Czechoslovakia. The service was later brought to the United States by his wife, Maya.The tradition is for each person to bring a flower and place it in the flower basket before the service, and take a different flower home when you leave. This symbolizes our church community: diversity, as no two flowers are alike, and union, because together we are beautiful!

Summer services will begin on June 16, and will be held throughout the summer in a variety of venues, since our church buildings will not be available due to the construction. Watch the website for further details soon.