Christmas, 2012

Flowers consisted of traditional red poinsettias, around the nativity and in the shape of a tree.  Red berries topped the Christmas trees. Hanging vases with holiday flowers, including tulips and Stars of Bethlehem, graced the side doors.  A large arrangement of Christmas greenery and flowers was on the sideboard in the vestibule.

Fourth Sunday of Advent, 2012
More cedar and magnolia has been added to the progressive arrangement.


Third Sunday of Advent, 2012
On the Third Sunday of Advent, also called Gaudete Sunday, the rose colored candle is lit.  Gaudete means "rejoice".  The coming of the Lord is near.


Second Sunday of Advent, 2012
Our progressive arrangement has grown with the addition of more fresh cedar and magnolia leaves.
First Sunday of Advent, 2012
Once again, we have a progressive Advent arrangement.  As our anticipation for the birth of Christ grows, our arrangement grows during this Season of Advent.
Our Advent Wreath is a natural cedar wreath, hand constructed.


November, 2012

November flowers included beautiful autumn colors and a patriotic memorial arrangement donated for Veterans' Day.


October, 2012


September, 2012      Included in this month is a beautiful memorial arrangement.


August, 2012
Included in August was a
beautiful formal memorial


July, 2012
Included in July was a
beautiful memorial
arrangement in a basket.


June, 2012 A beautiful floral memorial of lilies, mums, fern & palms, using five vases!  Also, an arrangement of peach carnations, curly willow and the sunflower centers from the previous week!


The Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ  (Corpus Christi)
Trinity Sunday
Floral interpretation with 3 magnolias representing Father, Son, & Holy Spirit.


Flowers, creating the effect of fire, are in the colors of the flames of the Holy Spirit--yellow, orange, red, and blue.


May, 2012                 

Various Spring flowers were used.  For First Communion weekend, wheat was added to the arrangement, as well as to the font.


April, 2012


 Easter, 2012
The first Easter in the new church building was decorated with traditional Easter lilies and pastel spring flowers and palms.