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Worship: Flower Communion (In-Person & YouTube)
The Unitarian Universalist Flower Communion service was originated in 1923 by Dr. Norbert Capek [pronounced Chah-Peck], founder of the Unitarian movement in Czechoslovakia. It was introduced to the United States by Rev. Maya Capek, Norbert’s wife. This uniquely Unitarian Universalist service is our time to affirm the diversity and beauty of this congregation.
Please bring a flower(s) to the service.
Members of the Alhambra Orchestra will perform during the service.
by Reverend Tom Capo
Sunday Services are held in-person in our Sanctuary and Livestreamed on YouTube