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  • This exciting invitation to Unitarian Universalists in the United States comes from the Unitarian community in Prague, on the occasion of...

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  • By Lisa Doege
    No hot house flowers, these, bred for perfection, dyed and trimmed, and arranged to order, clothed in ribbons and bows. Not these. No,...
  • By Lisa Doege
    In colors bright and essence sweet, Like flowers we bloom when we meet. O, Source of Life, our song we raise, This beauty fills our hearts...
  • By Laura Evonne Steinman
    Laura Evonne Steinman created this coloring page (PDF) for children to use on Flower Ceremony Sunday .
  • By David M. Horst
    Early in the morning, before the children are awake and while the grass is still dewy, I like to walk in my garden. It’s “my” garden only...
  • By Cynthia Landrum
  • By Jennifer McGlothin
    As the first hint of green begins to peek through the barren ground As that little sprig grows into a healthy stem As that stem grows into...
  • By Lynn Ungar
    What a gathering—the purple tongues of iris licking out at spikes of lupine, the orange crepe skirts of poppies lifting over buttercup and...
  • By Gary Kowalski
    When I think of power, strength, sheer physical force, I think of an avalanche. Tons of thundering snow come falling down the side of a...
  • By Michael DeVernon Boblett
    Blessed be the flower that triumphs at last Over the snows, over the centuries, over the heavy feet of cattle and of soldiers treading down...
  • By Elizabeth M Strong
    Enter into the communion of flowers. Enter with joyful hearts. Enter with reverent thoughts. It has taken long months beneath cold ground...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • By Richard S. Gilbert
    Speak, flowers, speak! Why do you say nothing? The flowers have the gift of language. In the meadow they speak of freedom, Creating...
  • By Norbert Fabian Capek
    Infinite Spirit of Life, we ask thy blessing on these, thy messengers of fellowship and love. May they remind us, amid diversities of...
  • By Norbert Fabian Capek
    In the name of Providence, which implants in the seed the future of the tree and in the hearts of men [and women] the longing for people...
  • By Norbert Fabian Capek
    It is worthwhile to live and fight courageously for sacred ideals. Oh blow ye evil winds into my body's fire; my soul you'll never unravel...
  • By William G Sinkford
    In the presence of these flowers, These representatives of Creation's profound beauty: Diverse and Unique, but Related and Interdependent,...
  • 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,...
  • 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...
  • By Amy Zucker 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...