Flower Communion

Larry Herbison will present our traditional Flower Communion service, our annual ritual that celebrates beauty, human uniqueness, diversity and community. Normally, in this ceremony each member and guest brings a flower to be placed in a shared vase. This year for our virtual gathering, we ask that everyone bring a flower to their computer to share their beauty with everyone. If possible please put the flowers where we can all see both you and the flowers.

Larry Herbison is a long time member of Groveland Fellowship and is currently serving as president.

Following our Flower Communion Service, we will break for the summer. Services will resume on the first Sunday after Labor Day with our traditional Mingling of the Waters. Have a great summer!