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Welcome to Live Oak!

In light of the omicron surge and in keeping with our Austin Public Health-based gathering policy, Live Oak will be moving to one 10:00 am service. When the forecast is 55 degrees or above, and dry, we’ll have an outdoor worship service that is live-streamed. Otherwise, the service will be live-streamed from the sanctuary; only service participants will be allowed in. 
 
Outdoor worship will be followed by faith development classes for all ages in our outdoor spaces. When there is livestream worship only, there will be no classes for children and youth. Some adult classes will have the option to join via zoom. You will find information about that on our What’s Happening Page and Facebook. Check LiveOakUU.org every Saturday night to confirm plans for the next day. 
 
Based on what we are seeing in other countries, we are hopeful this change will be temporary. Thank you for all your efforts to stay connected with your fellow Live Oak members.
 

Join us for Fellowship Time immediately following the service (approx. 11:00) — https://link.liveoakuu.org/FellowshipHour

Multi-Platform Faith Development: Learn more about our offerings in the Learning pages of this website.

Want to learn more about Live Oak?  Go to https://link.liveoakuu.org/LearnMore to connect with our membership team, and after the worship service, come to our online “visitors’ table,” JUST FOR VISITORS

Getting the Most Out of the Online Sunday Worship Service

Even online, Live Oak is buzzing with activities throughout the week. Check out our What’s Happening page every morning to see what’s happening that week!

Meet lots of other members when you become involved with the wide selection of committees, teams and interest groups. Choir, facilities, book clubs, women’s group, men’s group, electronic communications committee, social justice, green team, and many more to select from. These teams and groups are now meeting electronically.

Want to listen to a sermon before you visit, or listen to one that you missed? Visit our Recordings page.

Take a relaxing 15-minute walk on our beautiful labyrinth.

“Grateful for the religious pluralism which enriches and ennobles our faith, we are inspired to deepen our understanding and expand our vision.”
(From our Unitarian Universalist Association Principles)