Flower Communion is April 1
Keeping our practice of recent years, we will bring flowers to the Easter service on Sunday, April 1. The idea is that each person brings one flower that represents themselves, our youngest people will arrange these flowers together to become the centerpiece of the service. Then, each person takes at least one flower that they did not bring. Of course, many of us will bring a bunch of flowers, so there is one for each guest and for those who could not or did not remember to bring flowers. In this way we create an image of what it means to be in community with one another, to bring something of beauty or insight or goodness to share with others, and to receive the goodness and gifts of other people’s lives.