Let’s tackle the concept of evil. Today we take a look at how we as Unitarian Universalists might define and come to grips with the evil that exists in the world, as well as the evil that lies closer to home.
Labyrinths have been used for countless centuries as a form of moving meditation and prayer, a metaphor for life’s journey. Join us today as we learn about labyrinths as a spiritual practice, have the opportunity to experience this ancient practice, and consider making a labyrinth for use at Live Oak (and perhaps beyond)
In our polarized nation of today, we have lost our way in understanding that we must all be concerned with the common good. This year, Rev. Tamara will explore various facets of a broadly defined common good, beginning with the concept of beauty. What does it take to become a beautiful person? To see beauty […]
Annie Dillard writes: “It is madness to wear ladies’ straw hats and velvet hats to church; we should all be wearing crash helmets. Ushers should issue life preservers and signal flares; they should lash us to our pews…” Come join Rev. Tamara on this Fourth of July week-end as she explores what it means to […]
Amit Ray has said: “Life is a dance. Mindfulness is witnessing that dance.” Today we explore how living mindfully might bring greater peace and balance to our lives and to our world.
It is said that courage is not the absence of fear, but rather the judgment that something else is more important than fear. Today we explore the human experience of courage as we gain inspiration for the journey ahead
The spiritual practice of hospitality is rooted in a sense of radical openness: to ourselves, to others, and to life itself. Today we explore this ancient practice by focusing on what it means for us personally and what it might mean for our congregation.
We stand in the flowing river of time as we covenant to support not just this cherished community at Live Oak, but our larger and very proud faith tradition. On this Celebration Sunday, as we come together in gratitude for all we have found at Live Oak, we lift our eyes to see where we […]
In February, Rev. Tamara and her daughter Naomi attended the 2017 International Unitarian Universalist Women’s Convocation. Join us this morning as they share their experience at this gathering.
Kicking off our 2017 stewardship season, Rev. Tamara takes stock of our Live Oak community: past, present, and future.