Adult Religious Education — 9:30 AM\ K’lyn Matthews, “Indigenous Napa Valley”\ Before European colonization, native people lived here in “Talahalusi,” the cultivated paradise of the Napa Valley, sharing stories, continuing their traditions, and thriving in their way of life. The Napa Valley is one of California\'s longest inhabited areas, with archaeological surveys indicating 10,000 years of uninterrupted habitation. Join in discussion in appreciation of Indigenous Peoples Day on Monday 10/11.\ \ Main Service — 11:00 AM\ RE Intergenerational Service, “Families: Stronger Together”\ What makes a family? Is it only who we are related to, or is it something more? How well do you know your family members? What is the best way to support them? Enjoy this intergenerational service with your family (or chosen family) to explore these questions and more.\ \ Social hour — ten minutes after completion of the service\ \ Our services are hybrid; you may join in-person or online. Visit nvuu.org for more information.