Adult RE — 9:30 AM\ Margaret Kelso, “Who, Me, An Elder?”\ Those of us who are not yet seniors sometimes look at older role models to help us determine what our later years might look like. \"What are they doing that is meaningful?\" \"What can I do when I get older?\" Others of us have found the gift of our extended years to evoke deeply personal questions such as, \"Who am I now?\" \"How can I redesign my later years into a time of reflection, discernment, soul-stretching, and new life possibilities?\" \ \ Main Service — 11:00 AM\ Lay leader Jim Petka, “A Sense of Humor: Is It Your Sixth Sense?”\ A sense of humor involves a willingness to accept life and ourselves with a shrug and a smile and can give us a sense of mastery over situations. Laughter is an affirmation of our humanness, a face-saving way to express our anxieties, fears, and other hidden emotions. It breaks the ice, builds trust, and draws us together into a common state of well-being.\ \ Sigmund Freud observed that people joke about whatever is most important to them in order to reduce the tension created by that importance.\ \ Do you think you have a sense of humor? Would others agree? Does your sense of humor enrich your relationships with others? Can you laugh at yourself? Has your sense of humor helped you through hard times? Has it ever failed you? \ \ Social hour — ten minutes after completion of the service\ \ We are now offering in-person and virtual services. Visit nvuu.org for more info.