Bible Flower Reference
And why are you anxious about clothing? Consider the lilies of the field, how they grow: they neither toil nor spin, yet I tell you, even Solomon in all his glory was not arrayed like one of these.” —Matthew 6:28-29
Why flowers in our Saturday morning worship services?
Jesus tells us to consider flowers. They are God’s exquisite display of color, design, texture, aroma, variety, and loving care. We were made to long for such beauty, and flowers cause us to reflect on the Creator. So, enjoy them as you enter a worship service and let them point your heart and mind to our mighty God, for whom we long, and worship Him in all His eternal perfection.
Where do they go?
First, donors are asked to express their wishes. The flowers can be given to; a nursing home, an honoree, or perhaps taken to a gravesite, or repurposed in many ways.
Most often, they are rearranged in small containers to be taken to those who are homebound, nursing home or in the hospital. Also, they are often used by our Ministries partners to decorate tables for an event.
You might see them around the church during special seasons as well or at one of our other ministries or functions. They have also been used for a memorial service when a family could not afford flowers. And they have even shown up at a few weddings when a bride was on a very tight budget.
How to be a donor
You can volunteer, donate flowers, gifts, or money by clicking on the button below. Please provide the name and address If you would like to honor someone or group specifically. Others wise your gift will be donated as needed.
Brides can also donate their wedding flowers to a specific need or service. If you would like to donate your wedding flowers or like to give a cash donation, please contact Laura Kryger.
For more information about this ministry, contact Laura Kryger at firstname.lastname@example.org. To volunteer or contribute click the button below.