Our Next Service
April 20 - Rev. Kate Rohde: “Threatened with Resurrection”
Unitarian Universalists don't think of Easter as a celebration of a body literally resurrected, so what kind of resurrections do we experience?
(Our Flower Communion service will be on May 11, Mother's Day.)
Meeting at Faith Presbyterian Church - Map and Directions
See Sermons for more details
Wildflower Church is a deliberately inclusive, open-minded religious community in the Unitarian Universalist tradition. We joyfully nurture one another in our lifelong spiritual journeys, and we commit to transforming ourselves and the world around us through acts of compassion, love and social justice.
2014 Commitment Campaign
Giving is a spiritual practice; it allows you to “live” your values by supporting a church that makes a difference in peoples’ lives.
Every fall, members and friends of Wildflower Church make a financial commitment (a pledge) to support the church’s mission during the coming year.
Your financial generosity supports programs that implement our mission; programs such as worship, music, religious education for children and adults, social justice, small group ministry, and pastoral care.
Please click on 2014 Commitment Campaign to learn more about the campaign - you’ll find an Information Sheet, a letter from our Interim Minister, Rev. Kate Rhode, and a pledge card. Thank you for your generosity!
FUTURE MINISTERIAL OPTIONS FOR WILDFLOWER CHURCH were discussed with a group of about 60 members of the congregation on Sunday afternoon, March 23, 2014. Follow this link to the Wildflower Transition Team page to view information including the PowerPoint presentation.
Membership Orientation Classes at Wildflower Church are held several times a year.