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Upcoming Sunday Services & Programs at Live Oak Unitarian Universalist Fellowship

Worship_leader_Stromer_inviting_embracing_meditationJoin us on Sundays! We offer spirited and thoughtful worship services -- plus fellowship -- two (2) Sundays a month (1st and 3rd Sundays of each month) at 4:00 p.m. at 1700 Santa Clara Avenue in Alameda (in the sanctuary of Christ Episcopal Church).

Kids of all ages are always welcome to stay in the sanctuary with their parent(s). We often have a few young ones there. At the back of the sanctuary there is a carpeted area with a child-sized table and chairs, art supplies, and a few toys for kids. There are also a few cloth bags with quiet toys that children may play with as they sit in the pews by a parent. Some kids choose to sit in the back and quietly read or play. (We hope soon to once again offer a children's religious exploration program as an alternative for kids (preschool age & older.)

We are always delighted when visitors join members and friends after worship to chat or ask questions. And many stay for a fellowship Accessible icon and assisted listening device iconmeal. It's a terrific opportunity to get to know a few people as we break bread together. We hope you will consider joining us for the meal.

Accessibility is important to us. The sanctuary, guild room, parish hall, bathrooms, and courtyard are wheelchair accessible. We also offer assisted listening devices in the sanctuary. And we have large-print Orders of Service (programs) and hymnals. Just ask the greeter at the welcome table for any of these. And please do tell us if you have other needs that we might be able to accommodate.

Upcoming Sunday Services & Programs -- 2019

Live Oak UU welcomes you to join us for worship, fellowship, and children's programming twice a month -- on 1st and 3rd Sundays (January through December).

Worship: Sunday, November 3, 4:00 p.m.
No Title Provided: David prefers not to give advance info on his sermon.
UU minister David UsherWorship led by Guest Preacher David Usher and Worship Leader Jay Roller

David Usher preached at Live Oak UU once before and folks let us know they would love to have him back in the pulpit. We are delighted to once again have David preach for us.

David Usher is a lifelong Unitarian from Adelaide, Australia. After working on sheep and cattle stations in the Outback, he travelled the world before studying for the ministry in Oxford, UK. He has served congregations in England, New Hampshire, France, and most recently in California. He was Founding President of The International Council of Unitarians & Universalists and is the author of two books: 1) Twelve Steps to Spiritual Health and 2) Life Spirit. He retired in 2017 and lives in San Mateo with his wife, UU minister Vail Weller.


Adult Regligious Exploration: Sunday, November 10, 4:00 p.m.
The topic on November 10 will be: Gratitude
Topics for coming months (2nd Sundays of each month) will include: Humor, Impermanence, Love, Imagination, Suffering, and Acceptance.


Worship: Sunday, November 17, 4:00 p.m.
Preaching from the Housetops
Rev. Előd Szabó, Transylvanian Unitarian minister

The fiddler on the roof is a well-known symbol for the desire to find joy and happiness in very uncertain times such as we are now experiencing. Likewise, a preacher on the housetop is a person who always remembers who sent him/her and the message to his/her people. How do Transylvanian Unitarians try to take the challenge and speak out?

Előd Szabó was born in Kolozsvár, Transylvania. He comes from a long line of ministers including his grandfather who was bishop of the Hungarian Unitarian Church from the 1970's to 1990's.  Since 2007 he has been a minister in the village of Ürmös. He lives with his wife Kata, a nursery school teacher, and their two young sons. He is in the area for post-graduate studies this year at Starr King School for the Ministry in Berkeley, focusing on homiletics and other fields of study which will help him better serve when he returns home.

 

 

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