Every Easter, volunteers build a cross made of flowers to represent the springing forth of new and beautiful life from the death of our Savior. They put together the greenery base on Holy Saturday, and then on Easter morning during the Sunday School hour weave into that base all the flowers that members bring in to symbolize the resurrection.
The more flowers, the merrier! Please bring in flowers that either you bought or you grew in your garden, so that we can have a vivid, visual representation of the meaning of Easter on April 21. The flowers will need to arrive no later than 9:45 Easter morning. Thank you for your contributions and collaboration!