Memorial Day weekend is traditionally a time for remembering those who have died in wars, but it can also be a time for remembering our beloved friends and family members who have died. You are invited to bring a photo or two to display on our altar table and to speak briefly about a memory you treasure of the person(s) you are remembering. We will also recognize those who have served our country either in uniform or as conscientious objectors.
As part of our time with our children we'll celebrate our annual Flower Communion. Please bring a flower or two from your home garden for each person in your family.
Veja Lahti will be the service leader, Christine Yeigh and Bree & Otis Heavenrich will provide refreshments and Arline & Cliff LaMear will be our greeters.