The SAFE Alliance exists to stop abuse for everyone by serving the survivors of child abuse, sexual assault and exploitation, and domestic violence. We are dedicated to ending violence through prevention, advocacy, and comprehensive services for individuals, families, and communities that have been affected by abuse.
A Few Words from the Minister...
Rethinking What Love Looks Like
Could love look like a gazebo wrapped in police tape?
Enriching Connections has become an even more vital part of all that we do. We want to make it as easy for you to stay connected as possible. So we encourage you to add something to your morning routine. As you sip your coffee or tea, go to this link:
It will have the most up-to-date information about connection events. Be sure and save the link! We want to enrich connections, but we are also putting safeguards in place so that we can feel safer when we gather in this way. (But if you have a friend who might want to join, feel free to privately send them the link.)
Preparing to Get the Most Out of Sunday's Service
Get ready to worship in a completely new way! Read more
Do You Usually Drop Your Pledge Check in the Offertory Basket?
Here's how to submit payments in the time of Covid-19:
Live Oak UU Church
3315 El Salido Pkwy
Cedar Park, TX 78613
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Policy Committee Meeting
The Policy Committee will be having a regular business meeting on Sunday, March 29 at 12:30 PM. The meeting is open to all members of the congregation. This will be an online meeting only. To join, use the Zoom link https://zoom.us/j/544881542
Join the Seniors for Coffee
The seniors gather at their kitchen tables and join a Zoom conducted gath
ering at 10:30 Thursday, April 2nd. For more information about the Senior Group. If you have questions, talk to Rev. Joanna.
Hill Country Community Ministry (HCCM) and Live Oak UU Church were determined to make fresh food available to our neighbors in need. We can take pride in the success of Friday's food distribution. Read how we did it.
Thank You, Labyrinth Tenders: The path is clear before us, thanks to the Labyrinth Tenders who weeded the labyrinth path during the Labyrinth Workday on March 14. Thank you to Mike, Becky, Ray and Chris. Linda created a "Happy Birthday, Labyrinth" display in the labyrinth kiosk.
Labyrinth Walking During the Spring
The labyrinth is a good place to go for a walk on your own, to enjoy the springtime, and to spend some quiet and peaceful time outside. With its wide paths and large center, you can easily keep a safe distance should there be another walker on the path. If you have never walked the labyrinth, you only need to take one step at a time, following the single path to the center. Spend as long as you want in the center. The same path leads you back out again. May you journey in peace and find what you seek along the path.
Have a great potential member? Concerned that someone is struggling to find their place? Contact the Membership Team and we can reach out. Email: email@example.com