In "Wisdom from the Hebrew Scriptures," a Tapestry of Faith program
Say, "At the time this story was told and written down, one of the most important elements was the idea that after six days of creating things, God rested. Jewish people still honor a tradition of keeping a Sabbath, or day of rest, every week. For Jews, that day is Saturday (from sundown Friday to sundown Saturday), and they observe that day by gathering with family or in the Temple and paying attention to important things such as being a good person, being thankful, and remembering that they are a people of God. Unitarian Universalists often observe Sunday as a special day." Guide a conversation with these questions:
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