Annual Flower Ceremony

Join us In-Person or Online for Service

Celebrate the 100th anniversary of this annual beloved Unitarian service. Norbert Čapek (CHAW-peck), the founder of the Unitarian Church in Czechoslovakia, saw the need to unite the diverse congregants of his church from varying Protestant, Catholic, and Jewish faiths. For this reason, in 1923, he honored the universal beauty of nature by having a communion of flowers instead of the Eucharist. During this joyful worship service, we’ll recognize our staff, lay leaders, and our youth for their work and accomplishments this year.

Please bring a flower to share during the service—be it from your yard, the grocery store, or even a determined dandelion! The church will have extra flowers on hand so everyone can participate.


We will gather for a brief congregational meeting to vote to confer the honor of Minister Emerita upon our former minister, the Rev. Julia McKay. We need a quorum of 27 people; please join us.


HPCUU is delighted to welcome musicians Joe Uveges and his daughter, Katie Uveges.  They were singing together before Katie hit five years of age. They have been playing together professionally for the last 10 years. Katie is a lovely vocalist and a solid violinist. Joe, well,
he’s pretty good too. (Joe previously served as the Music Director for HPCUU).


To join us Online in the HPCUU Zoom Room. Email for the password.