Worship Services

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Sunday Service

April 25, 2021

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Because UU churches govern themselves, it is important that every voting member who is able takes a turn at serving on the Board. It takes all of us chipping in…
Easter is the tale of an empty tomb, of death and rebirth, and the celebration that comes from emerging. Wildflower Community Minister, the Rev. Erin Walter, joins us to reflect on…
Join Wildflower for our first-ever Young People's Service! This week's service was created completely by the kids and youth of our RE program with adult facilitation. In their words: "Join…
What is "self-care"? And what does it look like in daily life? And why is it important? This service explores self-care as a spiritual practice, by exploring the themes of…
Drumming as a form of spiritual practice has existed for at least 8,000 years. Drums speak to us, whether just listening, or doing the drumming. There is the physical reaction…
As Unitarian Universalists and currently as a lay-led congregation, members of Wildflower live out a shared ministry. We will be exploring big and small ways we show up for one…
We have all been hit with so many challenges in our lives this past year, and many of us for longer. How do we foster Hope, help it grow and…

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Knowing the power of love doesn’t always make it easy to choose love. Can you imagine how daring to love might change the course of your life? Are you noticing…
In order to build the world we want and the people we strive to be, we must first imagine it. How do we tap into our imagination to help guide us…
In times of personal stress and social upheaval, we often turn to music to help us get us through. Whether they’re songs of hope or songs of sadness, they connect…
We will celebrate the life journey of this church that has prospered from the GIFTS of Wildflowers who contribute to make us who we are.  The services are the one…
As a community we are much like a cactus, taking in water when it rains, with blooms that come and go; sweet and prickly; plain and beautiful. As we enter…
Winter: by Greta Crosby Let us not wish away the winter. It is a season unto itself, not simply the way to spring. When trees rest, growing no leaves, gathering…
We can create stillness as a basecamp that helps us to find strength to move forward in our lives in these challenging times.  Stillness does not merely need to comfort…
Vaclav Havel, an imprisoned dissident who became president of the Czech Republic, wrote: “Someone who cannot move and live a normal life because he is pinned under a boulder has…
When giving prophetic pronouncements in the New Testament of the Bible, Jesus said “he who has ears to hear, let him hear.” We still sometimes use words like this as…
St. Francis of Assisi is the patron saint of animals, and in honor of his feast day, we will be talking about our relationship with our fellow creatures. If you…
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