Presenter: Eric Pourchot and Friends
For Labor Day, join us for a mostly-music service celebrating jobs, joy, and justice. Think Pete Seeger and Woody Guthrie, with some Broadway, Jimmy Buffett, Bruce Springsteen, and Susan Warner thrown in. There are many songs about working on the railroad, whaling, and herding cattle. Are there songs about program management, accounting, and other modern occupations that could inspire us? Songs bring us together, songs provide relief from repetitive tasks, and songs can tell our history.
Presented by Steve Bogart, Linda Doyle, Eric Pourchot and MVUC’s own “Not Our Day Job” Band
(There is no homily associated this service, which was centered on music and readings for Labor Day.)