Pastoral Care Ministry

Need Pastoral Care or wish to help? Contact Chairperson Wilma Seelye: wilmaseeyle@gmail.com. You may also complete this Helping Hands form.

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Live Oak Choir

Live Oak Singers meet Thursdays at 6:30 pm in the Sanctuary. Michael Fox, Live Oak’s Music Director, rehearses the choir, and we welcome new members with open arms. And, yes, you can sing. Don’t let anyone say otherwise. Join us as we make a “joyful noise” and beautiful music together. The first art, singing, is…

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Covenant Group

Covenant Groups represent another small-group ministry in our congregational life at Live Oak UU Congregation. The aim of Covenant Groups is to serve our community’s need for small-group ministry that facilitates meaningful connections between Live Oak UUC members and friends, enabling opportunity for ongoing spiritual growth, deeper self-knowledge, and broader awareness of how others pursue…

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Membership

The Membership Ministry is committed welcoming visitors at our Sunday services and to the outreach and engagement of Live Oak members, old and new. We meet once monthly on Zoom, but we get together at times to work in person on projects that carry out our mission. We organize, train and support the Welcome Team…

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Facilities

The Facilities Team is dedicated to keeping Live Oak UUC safe, functional, and inviting while offering members opportunities to build community. Teams members focus on buildings and grounds’ upkeep – from tree trimming and gardening to monitoring utilities, and facilitating audio-visual and technology upgrades and maintenance.    

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Good Relations Ministry

Members: David Echols, Elizabeth Nevers, Jeanne Northsinger, Hana Princip Board Liaison: Kendra Wise Guiding Document: Covenant of Good Relations

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Worship Ministry

Live Oak’s Worship Ministry seeks to create and support worship life that engages the mind, touches the heart and invites people to a new depth of spiritual development. The committee recognizes the multiplicity of theologies and religious backgrounds that exist within the congregation, and seeks to bring guests to the pulpit that inspire and challenge…

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Religious Exploration Council

Our Mission: The Religious Exploration Council aims to help learners of all ages explore their relationship with earth, wonder, and mystery, and to embrace Unitarian-Universalist values, including the affirmation of the worth and dignity of all beings, the importance of questioning, and our capacity to make a difference in the world. If you would like…

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Social Justice

The Social Justice Ministry supports the Live Oak UU Congregation’s mission to “actively live our values of diversity, compassion and justice to humanity and the earth.” We live and promote our UU Principles to seek justice, equity and compassion in human relations, to respect the interdependent web of all existence, and to build a diverse…

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