Part of the catholic tradition is to use all of the senses in worship. Stained glass, candles, colours and vestments are things we can see. Music, singing and bells are part of our auditory experience. Incense appeals to our sense of smell. The bread and wine of Communion are tasted. The water in Baptism, the laying on of hands and shaking hands during the "Peace" are examples of the use of touch. Flowers, on the other hand, have an appeal across several senses. After the period of Lent, when there are no flowers in Church, on Easter Day the building is beautifully decorated with arrangements which point so poignantly to the wonder of the Resurrection. This page is dedicated to our team of flower arrangers.