Sunday, June 19

Jun 13, 2022 | Sermons, Services, Worship

Flower Communion: The Gifts of Blessed Community

It’s the last Sunday of the official church year when we celebrate the long-standing Unitarian tradition of Flower Communion. Each person is invited to bring a flower to church, to symbolize the unique gifts each of us brings to help create a beloved community. After the bouquet of flowers is blessed, people are then invited up to take a different flower home with them, to symbolize the gifts we each receive here by being part of Murray Church. It’s also Father’s Day. Weather permitting, we hope to hold the service outdoors. All are invited to stay afterward for a coffee hour celebration of the end of the church year.

Worship is at 10 am Sunday mornings.

If you prefer — or if you are feeling sick — please continue to log on to Zoom from the comfort and safety of your own home to be a part of our worship experience.


Church News & Updates

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The Underground Railroad Revisited This summer service is by Monica Staaf. Harriet Tubman escaped from slavery and risked her life and liberty multiple times to lead other enslaved people to freedom. How can her courage inspire us to act today?...

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Sunday, June 26

Unitarian Universalist General Assembly Online Sunday Worship LIVE-STREAMED 12-2:30 pm from Portland, Oregon Video of public events, like the Sunday Worship 12:30–2 p.m., from General Assembly (GA) 2022 will be live-streamed, from June 22-26—no...

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