Adult Religious Education — 9:30 AM Social Justice RE, "Sacred Ground: Cultivating Connections Between Our Faith, Our Food, and the Climate" We examine how our food systems contribute to injustice and to climate change, and how our faiths call us to respond through practical solutions. How we grow our food largely determines how we treat the world, and one another. Dig in to a discussion with your congregation on the connection between our faith, our food practices, climate change, and environmental justice. Main Service — 11:00 AM Rev. Dr. Leisa Huyck, "The Ever Unfolding Story" Muriel Rukeyser has written that "the universe is composed not of atoms, but of stories." Certainly the stories we tell to describe the universe influence how we behave in it. In this service, whose topic Lenore Hirsch bought at the church auction, we will speak of the stories that process theology can help us tell, and what they mean for our lives. Share the Plate recipient: Planned Parenthood Northern California Social Hour — ten minutes after completion of the Main Service Visit nvuu.org for service links.