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Opening Words for Flower Communion Sunday
by Thomas Rhodes We come in a variety of colors, shapes, and sizes.Some of us grow in bunches.Some of us grow alone.Some of us are cupped inward,And some of us spread ourselves out wide.Some of us are old and dried and ...

Flower Communion
by Elizabeth M. Strong Enter into the communion of flowers.Enter with joyful hearts.Enter with reverent thoughts.It has taken long months beneathcold ground for these flowersto prepare their blooming.It has taken each of us ...

Blessing for Flower Communion
by Michael DeVernon Boblett Blessed be the flower that triumphs at lastOver the snows, over the centuries,over the heavy feet of cattle and of soldierstreading down the fragile places of the earth.Blessed be the flower that triumphs ...

Meditation on Flower Communion Sunday
by William B. Rice Adapted from Flower Sunday, 1969  On a day such as this may a great change come upon us. The sounds we have been hearing have been discordant; the sights we have been seeing have been violent; ...

Prayer for a Children's Sunday and Flower Communion
by Sheldon W. Bennett We gather this morning in celebration and appreciation. We rejoice in those true treasures and gifts of life that are beyond any price. We rejoice especially in the children of our church, for their music ...

A Prayer for Flower Communion Sunday: Remembering Our International Family of Faith
by William G. Sinkford In the presence of these flowers, These representatives of Creation’s profound beauty:Diverse and Unique, but Related and Interdependent,These flowers which come to us as gifts from we know not whereAnd ...

Flower Communion Blessing
by Amy Morgenstern Each of us is a flower, with a delicate beauty uniquely our own. We may be like sunflowers, turning always towards the light.May our lives bloom like the flowers.We may be like night-blooming cereus, only ...

Flower Communion Blessing
by Thomas Rhodes To be shared after the flowers have been distributed...Within our hands we hold the resurrection of the world.Transient and imperfect, these blossoms are still gifts of infinite value.Like ourselves.Too ...

A Flower Communion for Colleagues
by Tess Baumberger Opening words (by Tess Baumberger)Reader 1: There will be a brightness to this dayEven if there be but cloud and rain outdoors.Reader 2: The brightness of this day comes from within,From this gladly gathered ...

Ceremony of Remembrance: Yom Hashoah
by Mary Wellemeyer This coming Tuesday is the annual observance of Holocaust Remembrance Day, or Yom Hashoah. Jewish communities prefer not to call the dreadful events of the 1930's and 40's the Holocaust, because of that ...

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