May 27: Joining Lifetimes  Rev. Tamara Casanova Suzuki

We hear that one of the most pernicious problems of our culture is that of loneliness. At Live Oak, we join together for many reasons to create an intentional, loving, multigenerational community that connects us through our lifetimes.

Today we will participate in our annual Flower Communion which is a cherished and unique Unitarian Universalist tradition. Please bring a flower with you to share.

 (We ask that you bring unscented or only lightly scented flowers today. Please do not bring lilies or freesias as we have members who are highly allergic to these.)

Also, please note that today is a Souper Sunday lunch after service, and then we will proceed to our annual congregational budget hearing.