House Churches

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House Churches are the heartbeat of our community at Live Oak. They are so important that we encourage EVERYONE who attends to get plugged into one. It is in a House Church that you will find spiritual growth, connection, support, accountability, service opportunities, and fun.

House Churches consist of at least 3 families/individuals committed to meeting at least 2 times a month, and participating in 1 service project a quarter.

It’s that simple! A crowd needs to be broken down into smaller groups for real relationships to happen.

All of our house churches are open for members. Be sure to check them out here, pick the one that matches your schedule and then request to join.


Man Date (09.29.19)

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All men ages 18 and up are invited to join the Men’s Ministry team at Station 300 on Sunday, September 29th, at 4:00. Spend the afternoon with pizza, football, and bowling! If you are planning to bowl, please contact Charlie Dray (cdray0322@gmail.com) so that he can reserve the lanes.


Man Church (10.16.19)

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Join us on Wednesday, October 16th, at 7:00pm, at the Ministry Center for our first Man Church! What is Man Church? It is just what it sounds like, men meeting together to hear the word, pray and worship! The first message will be on Why We Were Created (Genesis 1-3).


Church Picnic (10.20.19)

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Our annual church picnic will be on Sunday, October 20th, following the second service! We will be at the Bluffton Rotary Building at Oscar Frazier Park (10 Recreation Court, Bluffton). There is a playground available for the kiddos! You can also bring games to play in the field. The church will provide chicken (fried and baked), drinks, and paper products. We need you to fill in the rest of the food with your favorite potluck dish!


Kairos

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How do you feel when you eat a homemade chocolate chip cookie? Can you feel the love and caring that went into that treat? Now imagine that you are an inmate at Ridgeland Correctional Institution and hadn’t had a homemade cookie for months or even years. You are wondering if anyone even cares about you anymore. Wouldn’t that cookie mean even more? Our Kairos men’s team gets to let these guys know that not only does Jesus love them, but there are people in the community that care also! Can you help us be the hands and feet of Jesus?

Next Sunday, September 29th, there will be a Kairos table set up in the Connections Cafe. At that table you can pick up a plastic container to fill with homemade cookies (recipes will be provided). Cookies are needed no later than October 20th. You can also sign up to pray over the weekend or donate financially. Bob, Andre and Tony will be available to answer any questions you may have about Kairos. #recklessgenerosity



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