Live Oak's 1st Annual Fancy Shmancy Christmas Par-TAY

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Our first ever church-wide Christmas party is on Saturday, December 16th, at the Bluffton School of Dance. Doors will open at 6:00pm. Join us for an evening filled with food and fun! Dinner will be served at approximately 6:30pm. There will be music, children's activities, and an ugly sweater contest! There may even be a visit from Buddy!

Each family is asked to bring an new, unwrapped toy for ages 9-12. for Bluffton Self Help. RSVP is required!

Dress code - Festive wear! You can be Fancy or you can be Shmancy, you decide!

Greater...still Dessert event

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Join us for dessert on January 7th or 8th, at 7:00pm, at the Ministry Center to hear an update on our Greater initiative from last year. If you aren't sure what the Greater initiative is, this is an opportunity to learn about our vision and find out why Live Oak is greater...still! 

Click to register, be sure to select the night you want to attend.  There are 2 events and they will be identical.

Winter Jam Jacksonville

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Join our student ministry at Winter Jam 2018, Christian Music's largest annual tour, on Friday, January 12th. Performers include building 429, skillet, Kari Jobe, John Crist, and more!

We are heading out at 4:00pm on January 12th from Pritchardville Elementary and will return at approximately 1:30am on Saturday morning.

Cost is $25/person and includes admission to the concert, transportation, and dinner.

Please let us know if there are any dietary restrictions. We are planning on subs, chips and cookies for dinner on the way down.

Snowbird Wilderness Outfitters Summer Camp 2018

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Live Oak students (middle school & high school) will once again attend Snowbird June 11-16, 2018!  Summer Camp at Snowbird is all about pointing students to the Gospel. Offering nearly two-dozen recreation options, we are committed to high-adventure recreation. More than that, we are committed to Gospel-centered discipleship. Our summer camps host worship services twice per day, engaging students through song, expositional preaching, drama and video, in addition to daily breakout sessions that cover a wide range of relevant topics, from apologetics and missions to relationships and Bible doctrine. Each day concludes with small group sessions, allowing our staff to engage students in personal relationships and encouraging youth groups to grow as a community.

A $50 deposit is required to complete the registration process and secure a spot for this trip. Space is limited, so please register early!