Live Oak offers a full spectrum of Religious Education for our children, youth and adults. Many members volunteer to make classes possible.
To provide a religious education program that
- builds an affirming and loving community among children and adults;
- teaches Unitarian Universalist values and history, and respect for the values and traditions of others;
- fosters cooperation rather than competition; and
- encourages a spirit of inquiry in all facets of life.
At Live Oak Unitarian Universalist Church, we work together as a community to raise our children in a positive, inclusive, and respectful way. There are four core elements that make up our Children’s Program. These are:
- Worship is a vital part of each Sunday; we all join together in the sanctuary for all ages worship service at 9:00 am and 11:00 am.
- Faith Development through Education; we learn about Unitarian Universalism and also explore other faith traditions in our classes.
- Social Action and Justice awareness is how we live our Faith.
- Community is essential as children, youth, and adults form strong friendships when they come to church regularly and get involved.
Living our faith is a part of who we are; we try to find ways in our classes, our program, and our community to help others and set a positive example. We hope you will join us!
To register, please use one of the links below:
Getting children to and from their classes –Drop off between 10:00 – 10:05 AM and sign in on attendance sheet
- The Pre-K Children: Go directly to Room 107 with parents
- Middle School & High School Youth go directly to their rooms: HS: Room 201 MS: Room 208
- Elementary Children: Meet teachers in Fellowship Hall by the brick pillars at 10:00 am. Teachers will check you in to facilitate getting to class quickly.
- Classes start at 10:05 am
- Pick up after class is 10:50 – 10:55 – by 11:00 am, elementary children will be escorted to Room 106 to wait for their parents. This will allow our teachers to get to the worship service.
- Middle and High School youth will be able to leave their classes and meet parents on their own. You may want to arrange a meeting point if you haven’t already established one,