Worship Services

Our worship services occur every Sunday beginning at 11:45 a.m. and last for about an hour. On the second Sunday of each month, our service is on Zoom only. To attend a worship service on Zoom, click here. All other Sundays we meet in person in the sanctuary at Faith Presbyterian Church, and we simultaneously stream the service on Zoom.

The links below include descriptions of past services without videos. If you are a church member and would like to see a video of a particular past service that is not available at the link above, contact the Worship Team at worship@wildflowerchurch.org.

Interested in seeing or hearing something in Worship? Let the worship team know.

 

Upcoming Service

Flower Ceremony: Celebrating Community, Diversity, and Black Joy

June 16, 2024

Sometimes referred to as Flower Communion or Flower Festival, the Flower Ceremony is an annual ritual that celebrates beauty, human uniqueness, diversity, and community. In this ceremony, everyone in the congregation brings a flower. We collectively bless the flowers, and they're redistributed, with each person bringing home a different flower than the one they brought. Our flower ceremony coincides this year with the celebration week of Juneteenth. Joy is our human birthright and this month we celebrate the palpable joy felt in our Texas communities and beyond. We celebrate Black Joy as one of the many beautiful flowers that makes our bouquet of Wildflowers complete.


NOTE:  Please bring a flower to the service to share!!

To attend a worship service via Zoom, click here.

Masks are optional in the sanctuary.

Written Descriptions of Past Services

As Unitarian Universalists, our love is big enough to widen the circle to include everyone. The tapestry of our hopes for and significance of the adoption of the 8th UU…

Never Be Alone

06/19/2022
Join Ajara Ledford as she shares her thoughts, insights, and curiosities about Compassion, as drawn from her clinical work as a psychotherapist, diverse fields of research, and her personal-familial journey…

Never Be Alone

06/19/2022
Join Ajara Ledford as she shares her thoughts, insights, and curiosities about Compassion, as drawn from her clinical work as a psychotherapist, diverse fields of research, and her personal-familial journey…
"We are not alone, though sometimes we forget that truth. We are woven into one cloth, one gorgeous blanket, designed for use, for comfort, to sustain and to love…” —Rev.…

It Takes Practice

06/05/2022
Our favorite songs, whoever the artist or whatever the style, were created in a strange alchemy of study and inspiration, of strict practice and of letting go.  Spiritual Practice is a similar…

This Too Shall Pass

05/29/2022
Bengali poet Rabindranath Tagore writes that “All things rush on, they don’t stop or look behind.” He continues by saying that “even those things that seem to be permanent and…
What does this moment ask of us as a people of faith? Join us in worship on Sunday, May 22nd, as we engage in the spiritual practice of mercy. Love…
Considering places within us where our assumptions have tripped us up, how they've served us, and how we might examine and transform them into practices and insights which nourish us…
Where do we find wisdom when times are hard, nerves are frayed, and conflict breaks our relationships? We will turn to the sages as we ponder the lessons broken things…
You Are Welcome Here —Imagine becoming a member of a church during a pandemic! What kind of trust would that require? What kind of vulnerability would it bring about? A part…
In these times when we give attention to the Earth, we can find, on one level, deep and quiet places of connection within, and on another level, an urgent awareness…

Birth, Love, Death

04/17/2022
“The greatest moments in our lives occur when we surrender: birth, love, and death.” Poet Kamand Kojouri We are honored in this lay-led worship service to have several Wildflowers share…

Brunch Church

04/10/2022
Zoom Only! When we find ourselves in difficult situations, how can we join together as a community to move through them? Join us for an embodied, participatory worship service in…

Will to Meaning

04/03/2022
Life requires us to make sense of difficult times, large and small. We have all been through a collective trauma with the pandemic. Victor Frankl—Austrian psychiatrist, philosopher, and Holocaust survivor—offers…
Forgiveness can often be challenging.  It takes courage and vulnerability to forgive, and it can be healing to both give and receive the gift of forgiveness.   The experience of…
I came here by way of water; you did too. At some point, I moved away, And then now as I grow into wisdom, I find myself coming back. To…

Mending Dry Bones

03/13/2022
It’s hard to know what to do when you’re in the valley. The tumult and treading down and perplexity of the hard places seem to be too much to bear…

Hope in Renewal

03/06/2022
According to important myth, our Universalist ancestor John Murray famously said, "Give them not hell, but hope and courage." But, hope for what, exactly? During these times, it is critical…

Love That Lets Go

02/27/2022
There is so much going on in the big and little picture of our lives. We do not know how it all turns out. Many things are very hard and…
Practicing love and compassion in this world begins at home — with our own self-care and spiritual practice. Whether we are activists seeking balance or seekers distressed by the imbalances…