Adult Religious Education — 9:30 AM\ Annette Boucher, “The Movies that Made Us”\ Now more than ever we need to talk to each other, to listen to each other and understand how we see the world, and cinema is the best medium for doing this. ~ Martin Scorsese \ \ For most of us, movies are an important source of entertainment. For many, films are an inextricable part of our existence. Which are the movies that influenced you? What actors have you tried to emulate? If your life were a movie, what would it be called? What would the score sound like? Come share about your taste in movies and their effect on your life.\ \ Main Service — 11:00 AM\ Guest Minister Rev. Dr. Jay Atkinson, “Weaving the Future”\ As we hope for emergence from isolation and look forward to when we may return to worship within familiar walls, there are many stories to be told and much of our social fabric to be restored. The pandemic has tattered our relationships and calls for reweaving that fabric as we contemplate our lives in a new and uncertain future.\ \ Jay Atkinson retired in 2011 from 32 years of full-time service in Unitarian Universalist parish ministry, most recently twelve years in Studio City (Los Angeles) and, before that, thirteen years in Davis, Calif. During those ministries he also served at various times on the adjunct faculties of our UU seminaries in Chicago (Meadville Lombard Theological School) and Berkeley (Starr King School for the Ministry). Before turning to professional ministry, he did research in nuclear physics for eleven years. Currently he is a Research Scholar at Starr King with a focus on UU history.\ \ Social Hour — ten minutes after completion of the service\ \ Visit nvuu.org for service links.