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Labor in the Pulpits 2010

Labor in the Pulpits 2010

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IWJ has new 2010 resources for Labor in the Pulpits/on the Bimah/in the Minbar ready to be downloaded:

  • A Prayer for All Workers 
    Bulletin Insert
  • Labor in the Bimah
    By Rabbi Brant Rosen, spiritual leader of the Jewish Reconstructionist Congregation in Evanston, Illinois
  • A Common Prayer for the Unemployed
    Bulletin Insert
  • Psalm 1 Responsive Reading for Labor Day 2010
    Click here for a text version (for easy copying and pasting)
  • Labor Day Hymns
    Created in 2008, but online now for the first time

There are two more texts coming soon! Check here for them in the coming days.

Is your congregation holding a Labor Day service or hosting a Labor Day Breakfast this year? If so, click here to let us know about it. To find out if there's already something planned in your area, click here.

If you don't have one planned yet, please consider celebrating the sacred link between faith, work, and justice by inviting a union member or labor leader to be a guest speaker on Labor Day weekend, or focus your Labor Day weekend service on worker justice issues.

For more information, contact Cynthia Brooke at or             773-728-8400      , ext. 40.


We welcome your comments on the IWJ blog and encourage open discussion about important issues around worker justice and the unemployed. Disagreements are fine, but mutual respect is a must. Profanity, slander or abusive language will not be permitted. IWJ reserves the right to delete comments that violate this spirit of respect.

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