On Easter Sunday, April 5, we will place flowers on a large cross, filling this symbol with the flowers that blossom in our own lives.

You are asked to bring a flower and place it on the cross as you arrive on Easter morning. Bring freshly cut flowers or ones that you purchase. You might bring flowers that hold special meaning for you this year: your mother's favorite bloom, a wildflower that represents a difficult season for you, or a flower that represents each of your children.

Whatever meaning you want to express in a flower, bring it. Place it on the cross and consider the wonder of how God makes beauty from ashes, and blooms where there was once brokenness. Flowers will be available for guests.