- 10:30 am
- A Broken Hallelujah
- Rev. Deborah Cayer
Eno River Singers
Join us live for a live stream YouTube worship service at 10:30 am followed by virtual Coffee Hour.
This year we're holding onto the promise of rebirth within the devastation and uncertainty of this worldwide crisis. This morning as we remember the Christian story of Jesus' death and resurrection, we'll also remember the great Unitarian leader, Norbert Capek, who led his Czech Unitarian congregation in principled opposition to the Nazis.
Capek is acknowledged as the originator of the Unitarian flower communion in Sunday services, and for his own reasons, he was adamant that this ritual not be done at Easter. But there were flower communions practiced before Capek's time, and ERUUF has a long tradition of Easter Flower Communion. This morning, with great love and respect, we'll remember Capek's life, leadership, and important example. And get a flower ready, because we're going to have an ERUUF online Flower Communion.
We'll have both live (at a distance) and recorded music in this service, as well as a video surprise created remotely by Jocelyn Neal and the Eno River Singers. And we'll rise in body and spirit for the Hallelujah Chorus as we always do.