First Monday in September. The Sunday of this long weekend is often lightly attended because it’s considered the last weekend of the summer. But it is a good occasion to reflect on the themes of vocation and those who work at jobs that allow us to receive goods and services. Also appropriate for themes of economic justice. In many congregations, this is the last of the smaller, more intimate services of the summer season.
Unitarian Universalist Perspectives
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Honoring Our Labors (WorshipWeb)by Florence CaplowTagged as: Community, Gratitude, Interdependence, Responsibility, Secular, Service
Opening Words for Labor Day (WorshipWeb)by Megan VisserTagged as: 1st Principle (Worth & Dignity), Body, Justice, Work, WorshipWeb, Worth
The Labor of Our Days (WorshipWeb)by Jennifer WilletTagged as: Aging, Caring, Community, Compassion, Dignity, Disability, Economy, Education, Generations, Interdependence
We Labor in Love (WorshipWeb)by Amanda Udis-KesslerTagged as: Character, Direct Experience, Gratitude, Integrity, Living Our Faith, Meaning, Purpose, Service, Unitarian Universalism, Work
Putting "Labor" Back in Labor Day (WorshipWeb)by David BreedenTagged as: 6th Principle (World Community), Human Rights, Money, Poverty, Work