Labour Day was originally started in the United States to celebrate the achievement of workers. It’s the last day before the end of the summer holidays for students, so for them it’s a reminder that it’s “Back to work”. While Labour Day is not a religious holiday, it’s a good opportunity to think about the work that we do, and how that is impacted and motivated by our faith. Four different people from our church will be sharing about their work and faith. We hope you can join us!