Flower Service and Bridging Ceremony

There are very few rituals that are distinctly Unitarian Universalist; the flower ceremony is one of them. The first Flower Ceremony was celebrated 101 years ago, officiated by Norbert Capek in Prague. Join us today for our flower ceremony, and please bring a flower from home!

Bridging is more of an occasional ceremony, happening when we have youth moving to a new stage of development. This Sunday, we recognize five of our youth who are aging out of our youth group programming. We will invite our congregation’s young adults to “catch them” as the youth transition into young adulthood.