Create a Meaningful Labor Day Worship!

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Invite a worker or labor leader to be a guest speaker on Labor Day weekend:
Friday, August 30th – Monday, September 2nd 2013

 

For 15 years the ICWJ has worked with congregations to facilitate
exciting, meaningful, and engaging Labor Day Worships. 
Call Lisa right away to include your congregation
in our 2013 Labor in the Pulpits!

 

Lisa Maldonado Robinson
Elizabeth@ICWJ.org
619-584-5740 

Create a powerful service for Labor Day weekend by including one or more of the following:

Speakers for reflections or announcements
Materials for a homily, sermon, or liturgy
Educational & engaging congregational forums
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Each Labor Day weekend, congregations across the country host workers and labor leaders to reflect on faith, work, justice, and the meaning of Labor Day. All faith traditions strongly support justice for workers and share these values with worker advocates:

·All people deserve to be treated with respect and dignity.

·The economy should work for all of us.

·All workers should earn enough for life’s basic necessities.

·Stable and just employment is a fundamental right for all.

 

Inviting speakers such as labor leaders or worker justice advocates to discuss the link between work and justice is a great opportunity for faith communities to recognize the sacred work of their members and support workers’ struggle for justice.

 

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CLICK HERE TO SIGN-UP

 

Interfaith Committee for Worker Justice of San Diego County
3727 Camino del Rio South, Suite 100, San Diego, CA 92108  |  www.ICWJ.org

3727 Camino del Rio South Suite 100 | San Diego, CA 92108 US

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