Interfaith Worker Justice Offers Resources for Labor Day

July 26, 2012

Honor workers in your congregation and community this Labor Day

It's been a rough few years for America's workers, so for this Labor Day, consider planning a worship service or educational event honoring workers and lifting up the cause of workers' justice in your community.
 
Congregations across the U.S. have been celebrating "Labor in the Pulpit" on Labor Day weekend for the last 15 years. This year, consider joining them – tell workers in your congregation and community you're standing with them during these tough economic times.
 
Want Help? Visit Interfaith Worker Justice's Labor in the Pulpit resource center for ideas and free Labor in the Pulpit resources, including downloadable, ready-to-print prayer litanies, bulletin inserts, a planning tool kit, and a six-unit study guide for your congregation.
 
Interfaith Worker Justice, a leader in the fight for economic and worker justice in the United States since 1996, supports faith communities as they join in the work.
 
For more information and resources, visit the Interfaith Worker Justice website at www.iwj.org or contact Cathy Junia, director of communications for IWJ at cjunia@iwj.org.