Order of Service 3.31.24


In Person and Online ~  10 am 

Reverend Nica Eaton

Blossoms from the Mud: Easter & Flower Celebration

Easter’s honoring of Christ’s death and rebirth is the ultimate story of transformation. Join us today as we explore our own tales of endings and new beginnings throughout life. Bring a flower to share in Unitarian Universalism’s ritual of transformation, our Flower Celebration.

Month Theme – Transformation

Processional #395 “Sing and Rejoice “ a round, about 5 times

Welcome – Reverend Nica Eaton

Introduction – Grenda David

Call to Worship – Reverend Nica Eaton

Chalice Lighting – Grenda David

Opening Hymn – #61 “Lo the Earth Awakes Again ”

Time for All Ages – Samantha Dickerson reading “The Parable of the Lily”, written by Liz Curtis Higgs, and illustrated by Nancy Munger

Manna Collection – Samantha Dickerson

Announcements – Grenda David

Singing the Children Out – Anthony Concepcion & Reverend Nica Eaton

Offering Words Arlene Bloom

Music – “African Alleluia ” by Jay Althouse and performed by the Chalice Choir under the direction of Anthony Concepcion

Joys and Sorrows – You may write your Joys and Sorrows in the chatbox during the service if you are online. If you are in person please fill out an index card. You can also email your joys or concerns during the week to 


Time of MeditationReverend Nica Eaton

Meditation Song – #1035 “There is a Balm in Gilead”

Sermon – “Blossoms from the Mud” by Rev. Nica Eaton

Flower Ceremony – Reverend Nica Eaton and Grenda David 

Responsive Reading- Reverend Nica Eaton

Closing Hymn – #163, “For the Earth Forever Turning”

Benediction – Reverend Nica Eaton

Extinguishing the Chalice – Reverend Nica Eaton

Closing Words – Reverend Nica Eaton

Postlude – Anthony Concepcion


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