At times we record our Sunday services just in case you missed one or would like to listen once again. These audio recordings are also for those of you who are exploring a new spiritual home, and would like to preview what we have to offer.
Below is the latest recording of one of our services. You can also listen to many past services on our PodBean page. Enjoy!
Nature’s Gift to Us & Our Gift to Nature
“Flower Communion Sunday” – This Sunday’s service – “In the springing of the year” (Robert Frost) – will center around a flower communion ritual. This is a ritual introduced 100 years ago – June 4, 1923 – by the Rev. Norbert Capek to the Unitarian congregation he served in Prague of the then-Czechoslovak Republic. Some years later, the simple service that Capek created found its way to Unitarian congregations in the United States, where many Unitarian Universalist currently observe some version of it.