“Tolerance” used to be one of the unifying principles of our faith. Is it still? (Originally streamed on May 2, 2021.)
Speaker: Rev. Joanna Fontaine Crawford
Rev. Joanna Fontaine Crawford joined Live Oak as our minister in August 2014.
Since the 1960s, the terms “welfare” and “welfare state” have been used disparagingly, often with scorn and stereotypes. Let’s examine its history stemming from life during the Blitz in England. (Originally streamed on November 15, 2020.)
The Blitz of England by Nazi Germany holds many parallels to life right now. What can we learn from their experience? (Originally streamed on September 20, 2020.)
Right now, our world needs people of character we can turn to, individuals we can trust to model better ways of living and to share factual information, whose honesty and integrity make them worthy of our trust. (Originally streamed on October 25, 2020.)
“Who lives, who dies, who tells your story?” – Hamilton
You have lived through an epoch. Now it’s time to begin putting together our individual and collective stories of this time.
Live Oak is honored to welcome attendees of the Southern Region’s virtual “The Point” summer conference … read more.
Every year, members give Rev. Joanna their questions, and she answers them in this service. Come join us for answers about Unitarian Universalism, Live Oak, and anything else members have curiosity about.
As humans, we crave togetherness with others. But the key to the happiest relationships (as well as peace within oneself) is learning how to hold healthy boundaries and differentiate between what is our responsibility, and what is the responsibility of others. Come hear what Dr. Murray Bowen, and Johnny Castle from Dirty … read more.
Join us online for a worship service full of music, story, and message honoring our UU tradition of the flower communion. Then after the service, from 11-1, come up to Live Oak for a wandering flower communion on our labyrinth and chalice pathway. In case … read more.
If a boundary falls in the forest with no one around, does anyone hear it? Join us for Part 2 of this sermon series, as Rev. Joanna explores the freedom we give to other people by articulating our boundaries.
The word “freedom” has been claimed this past year as a justification for doing as one wishes. But is that really freedom?