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Worship: Labor, Memorial, & Veteran's Day

resources from judicatories, including re-opening guidelines and online worship videos; online hospitality & participation; engaging children, youth, and intergenerational; lectionary & preaching; liturgy, music & liturgical arts; tech & copyright helps;

Veteran's Day

A worship resource for Veterans Day is available in PDF and Word formats and includes several prayers and hymn suggestions that may be incorporated in worship on the Sunday closest to Veterans Day, Nov. 11. 
On the ELCA Worship blog: "Our Collective Healing on This Veterans Day.”Chaplain Aaron Fuller has written a blog post with guidance for observing Veterans Day following the 20th anniversary of September 11 and the withdrawal of U.S. troops from Afghanistan.

Labor Day

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Spirituality and Work

Daily Meditations with Matthew Fox

For American Labor, the Past Isn’t Past

Alex Gallo-Brown

Organized labor is having a moment. In the last half-year alone, baristas at more than 200 Starbucks filed for union elections, software engineers at The New York Times formed the largest bargaining unit of tech workers in the country, and, despite pushback from the world’s biggest retailer, workers at a Staten Island “fulfillment center” voted to form the first Amazon union in the United States.

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