William Peters, founder of the Shared Crossing Project, will speak about the challenge of being human and how one finds meaning in the midst of adversity.Following the service, William will answer questions and share his knowledge about near-death and shared-death experiences. All are welcome.
What does it mean grow up as a Unitarian Universalist? Come hear as one our youth, Jacob, shares stories and insights of his journey growing up UU.
The Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. presented a challenge to all of us when he said, “Life’s most persistent and urgent question is: ‘What are you doing for others?’” It remains for us to carry forth his legacy of service as we pledge ourselves anew to the creation of his unfinished dream.
Our first Unitarian Universalist source speaks of remaining open to the transcending mystery and wonder which moves us to a renewal of the spirit. In this new year, join Rev. Tamara as we begin a sermon series exploring each of the six sources of our Unitarian Universalist faith.
Please join Live Oak Member Jim Wells as he offers a fresh perspective on stepping into the New Year with compassion. You are invited to consider your own inspirations and aspirations for the journey in this first service of 2016.