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How can ICWJ help your congregation prepare for Labor in the Pulpits, Labor on the Bimah, Labor in the Minbar?
- Provide Spoken Reflections
We can connect your congregation with a speaker for any of your worship services. The speaker will share personal stories and insights to remind listeners about the significance of Labor Day and the benefits that we now enjoy as a result of the labor movement. The speakers also will emphasize the continued existence of inequality and injustices in employment situations, highlighting the struggle that many face and referencing the faith tradition's call to work for justice.
Speakers can be prepared to offer:
- 7-12 minute homily/sermon (clergy or other experts)
- 5 minute reflection as a part of the homily/sermon (testimony of low-wage workers)
- 2-3 minute announcement, after a homily, end of service, or other appropriate time (low-wage workers, clergy, faith leaders or volunteers)