Making a Living and Making a Life while Making Less than a Living Wage
When a community has justice and equity in human relations, both those who provide a service and those who receive the service benefi t equitably from the worker’s labor. Examples from the Pueblo Unido Worker Center will illustrate some ways of approaching equity.
ORDER OF SERVICE
Greetings Patricia Balfour, Worship Leader
Prelude The Impossible Dream – Joe Darion and Mitch Leigh
I Dreamed a Dream – Claude-Michel Schonberg and Herbert Kretzmer
Gathering Hymn #38 Morning Has Broken
Lighting the Chalice
With its beauty and grace and strength, may this flaming chalice remind us of our highest
aspirations, our deepest commitments, and our most earnest intentions.
Lighting the Peace Candle
Joys . . . Concerns
Silence, Meditation and Prayer
Affirmation Love is the spirit of this church and service is its law.
This is our great covenant: to dwell together in peace,
to seek the truth in freedom, and to help one another.
Offertory Work for the Night is Coming – Lowell Mason and A. L. Coghill;
The House I Live In – Lewis Allan and Earl Robinson
Hymn #1023 Building Bridges, sung 3 times
Sermon Making a Living and Making a Life while Making Less than a Living Wage
– Rev. Sandra Weir, Guest Speaker
Sending Hymn #414 As We Leave This Friendly Place
Children’s RE Director Lisa Lawrence
Music Director Debby Bullins
Musician(s) Cathy Mannino
Sound George Czeczyk, Charlie Mannino
Ushers Sally Thomas, Janet Kafel
Welcoming Center Jack Driscoll, Sharon Forbes & Jim Dobbins