Our faith movement provides a broad tent for religious liberals with highly divergent concepts of God. Join Rev. Tamara as she explores the varied ways we approach the mystery of life, and how we might communicate effectively and find common ground despite our different conclusions.
It has been said that how we spend our hours, are how we spend our days, is how we spend our lives. What choices do we make and where do these lead us … closer or farther from our dreams?
We enter again into the time of year that encourages us as consumers to buy, buy, BUY. Countering this, Rev. Tamara examines the gift of living simply and how this might move us toward a more satisfying life.
Many years ago it was posited that liberal religious faith held “five smooth stones” as its basis for power in our world. Come hear what this might mean for us in 2014. Today we formally welcome new members into our Live Oak community!
Rev. Tamara Casanova Suzuki How did you find Live Oak UU Congregation? What can each of us do to spread the joy and community that we have found here? Join us as we answer the above questions and talk about UU Evangelism!
Joseph Campbell showed us the rewards of finding a sense of calling. Jonathan, a long-time Live Oak member, will draw on his work as a psychologist to explore the Harry Potter series as tales of inner discovery and reflect on what might be coming up in our own unfolding stories.
On this day of the People’s Climate March in New York City, we turn our attention to a most vital issue of our time: climate change. Come to learn, to be inspired, to gain hope. Rev. Tamara shares the pulpit today with her father, Dr. Joseph Casanova Jr.
We come together in community for many reasons including the joy and responsibility of caring for each other. Join Rev. Tamara as she explores how we shelter each other at Live Oak and beyond.
On this Labor Day week-end we reflect on the state of labor in our country today and how we might be called to respond as people of faith.
Rev. Tamara explores the role of gratitude, graciousness, and generosity in our lives.