Religious Education — 9:30 AM\ Family Religious Education\ \ Main Service — 11:00 AM\ Lay leader David Lindsay, “The Sacramento Delta — A Threatened Natural Wonder: What we have lost and how much more we could lose”\ Prior to 1850, the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta, was 1000 square miles of marsh--a treasure for indigenous people--a source of food and fiber and a sustainable way of life. The European-American settlers who came to California saw an opportunity to take advantage of the water and rich soils of the delta for agriculture. Later, the state worked to use the water resources in the dry south. These changes caused irreparable damage. The onset of climate change threatens to destroy what is left of the pre-1850 ecosystem.\ \ The Delta is a poster child for how our economic system has ravaged natural ecosystems. How we respond in the next 20 years will determine whether we can save this wondrous landscape for future generations. \ \ Social Hour — ten minutes after completion of the service\ \ We are now offering in-person services as well as virtual options! Visit nvuu.org for more information.