2007 Labor Day Weekend Schedule of Services

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rn Third Church of Christ, Scientistrn

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rn Noon, 7:30 pmrn

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rn 900 16th St., NWrn

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rn Washington, DCrn

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rn J. Darrow Kirkpatrick will lead testimony services including scripturalrn readings on labor. rn

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rn___Friday, August 31___rn

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rn Adat Reyim Congregation
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rn 6500 Westbury Oaks Ct.
rn Springfield, Va
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rn Rabbi Bruce Aft willrn lead services. rn

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rn Lulit Mengiste andrn Julio Lizima, hotel workers and members of UNITE HERE, will speak about thern Hotel Workers Rising campaign.rn

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rn Bet Mishpachah (GLBT)
rn 8:00pm
rn DC Jewish Community Center
rn 1529 16th Street NW
rn Washington, DC
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rn Rabbi Bob Saks willrn lead services. rn

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rn Mackenzie Baris of DCrn Jobs with Justice will speak about issues impacting low-wage workers.rn

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rn Congregation Beth Emeth (C)rn

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rn 8pmrn

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rn Herndon, Varn

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rn Rabbi Steven Glazer will give D’var torah on economicrn justice.rn

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rn Northern Virginia Hebrew Congregation (R)rn

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rn 8pmrn

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rn 1441 Wiehle Avenue rn

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rn Reston, VA 20190rn

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rn Rabbi Alan Nosanchuk will lead services. rn

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rn Abdul Kamus of SEIU Localrn 32BJ will speak about issues affecting service workers.rn

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rn Oseh Shalom (RC)rn

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rn 8pmrn

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rn Rabbi Douglas Heifetz will lead servicesrn

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rn Cantor Charliern Bernhardt will be joined by nationally known singer-songwriter Joe Jencks forrn a text study and a program of labor songs.rn

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rn Temple Rodef Shalom (R)rn

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rn 6:30pmrn

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rn 2100 Westmoreland St.rn

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rn Falls Church, Varn

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rn D’var torah on economic justice.rn

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rn Temple Shalom (R)rn

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rn 7pmrn

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rn 401 Grubb Road (atrn East-West Highway)
rn Chevy Chase, MD
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rn Rabbi Michael Feshbachrn will lead services. rn

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rn Temple Sinai (R)rn

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rn 6:30pmrn

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rn 3100 Military Rd. NWrn

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rn Washington DCrn

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rn Rabbi Fred Reiner willrn lead services. rn

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rn Lawrence Mishel, Presidentrn of the Economic Policy Institute will speak on the topic of “The Manyrn Faces of Labor.”rn

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rn Washington Hebrew Congregation (R)rn

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rn 6pmrn

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rn 3935 Macomb St, NWrn

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rn Washington, DCrn

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rn Rabbi Shankman andrn Cantor Manevich will lead services. D’var torah on economic justice.rn

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rn___Saturday, September 1____rn

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rn Adas Israel Congregation (C)rn

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rn 9:30amrn

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rn 2850 Quebec St, NWrn

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rn Washington, DCrn

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rn Rabbi Charles Feinberg will give D’var torah on economicrn justice.rn

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rn Agudas Achim Congregation (C)rn

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rn 9:30amrn

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rn 2908 Valley Dr.rn

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rn Alexandria, VArn

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rn Rabbi Jack Moline willrn give D’var torah on economic justice.rn

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rn Am Kolel Havurahrn

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rn 10amrn

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rn Cedar Lane Unitarian Church, lower levelrn

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rn 9601 Cedarrn Lanern

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rn Bethesda, Marylandrn

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rn Rabbi David Shneyerrn will give D’var torah on economic justice.rn

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rn Basilica of the National Shrine
rn of the Immaculatern Conception
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rn 5:15pmrn

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rn 400 Michigan Avenue, NE
rn Washington, DC
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rn Most Reverend Donaldrn W. Wuerhl, Archbishop of Washington, will give Mass for thern Blessing of Human Laborrn

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rn B’nai Israel Congregationrn

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rn 9amrn

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rn 6301 Montrose Rd.rn

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rn Rockville, MDrn

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rn D’var torah on economic justice.rn

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rn Congregation Beth El
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rn 7:15 and 9:15rn

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rn 8215 Old Georgetown Roadrn

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rn Bethesda, MDrn

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rn Rabbi Bill Rudolphrn will give D’var torah on economic justice.rn

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rn Congregation Etz Hayim (C)rn

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rn 9:30 amrn

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rn 2920 Arlington Blvdrn

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rn Arlington VArn

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rn Rabbi Lia Bass willrn give D’var torah on economic justice.rn

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rn Fabrangenrn

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rn 9:30amrn

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rn Washington Ethical Society rn

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rn 7750 16th Street, NWrn

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rn Washington, DCrn

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rn D’var torah on economic justice.rn

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rn Kehillat Shalom (C)rn

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rn 9:15 amrn

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rn 9915 Apple Ridge Rdrn

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rn Gaitherburg MDrn

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rn Rabbi Mark Raphaelrn will give D’var torah on economic justice.rn

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rn Mishkan Torah (C, RC)
rn 9:30am

rn 10 Ridge Road

rn Greenbelt, Maryland 20770
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rn Rabbi Jonathan Cohenrn will give D’var torah on economic justice.rn

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rn Temple Beth Ami (R)rn

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rn 6:45pm picnicrn

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rn 7:30pm servicesrn

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rn 14330 Travillah Rd.rn

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rn Rockville, MDrn

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rn Rabbi Jack Luxemburg will give D’var torah on economicrn justice.rn

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rn Temple Micah (R)rn

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rn 9amrn

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rn 2829 Wisconsin Ave, NWrn

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rn Washington, DCrn

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rn Rabbi Daniel Zemel will give D’var torah on economicrn justice.rn

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rn___Sunday September 2____rn

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rn Allen Chapel AME Churchrn

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rn 8am, 11amrn

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rn 2498 Alabama Avenue, S.E.,rn Washington, DCrn

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rn Rev. Michael Bell willrn lead worship with focus on labor issues.rn

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rn All Soul’s Unitarian Churchrn

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rn 9:50amrn

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rn 1500 Harvard St, NWrn

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rn Washington, DCrn

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rn Rev. Louise Green willrn lead worship with focus on labor issues.rn

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rn Berwyn Presbyterian Churchrn

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rn 11 amrn

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rn 6301 Greenbelt Roadrn

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rn Berwyn Heights, MDrn

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rn Rev. Dr. Renee Mackeyrn will lead worship with focus on labor issues.rn

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rn A child care worker will speak during the adultrn Bible study class.rn

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rn Bethesda UMCrn

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rn 10amrn

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rn 8300 Old Georgetown Road
rn Bethesda, MD
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rn Rev. Jenny Cannon willrn lead worship with focus on workrn and the people who work around us all the time who are often unnoticed.rn

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rn Christ Lutheran Churchrn

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rn 10:30rn amrn

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rn 5101rn 16th Street, NWrn

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rn Washington, DCrn

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rn Rev. Renata Eustis will lead worshiprn with focus on labor issues, congregant will speak about his/her work.rn

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rn Church of the Epiphanyrn

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rn 8am and 11amrn

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rn 1317 G St., NW rn

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rn Washington, DCrn

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rn Rev. Randolph Charlesrn will lead worship.rn

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rn Sr. Mary Priniski of SEIU will speak..rn

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rn Covenant Baptist Churchrn

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rn 3845 South Capitol Street, SW
rn Washington, DC
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rn Rev. Dr. Christinern Wiley will lead worship with focus on labor issues.rn

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rn First Trinity Lutheran Churchrn

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rn 9:30 amrn

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rn 4thrn and E St. NWrn

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rn Washington, DCrn

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rn Rev. Tom Knoll willrn lead worship with focus on labor issues.rn

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rn Florida Avenue Baptist Churchrn

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rn 10amrn

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rn 623 Florida Avenue, N.W.rn

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rn Washington, D.Crn

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rn Rev. Dr. Earl Trentrn will lead worship with focus on labor issues.rn

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rn Foundry UMCrn

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rn 9:30rn and 11am bilingual services; rn

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rn 12:30rn fellowship lunch rn

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rn 1500rn 16th street NWrn

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rn Washington, DCrn

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rn Rev. Dean Snyder will lead worship with focus on labor issues.rn

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rn Fellowship lunch will feature speakers from thern Union de Trabajadores and SEIU Local 32BJ on issues of day laborers andrn security officers.rn

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rn Grace Episcopal Churchrn

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rn 8:30 and 10amrn

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rn 1041 Wisconsin Ave, NWrn

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rn Washington, DCrn

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rn Rev. John Graham will lead worship with focus on labor issues.rn

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rn Iglesia Cristiana Nacionalrn

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rn (National City Christian Church – Phillips’rn Chapel)rn

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rn 11 amrn

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rn 5 Thomas Circle, N.W.rn

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rn Washington, DCrn

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rn Rev. Noemi Mena will lead Spanish-language worshiprn with focus on labor issues.rn

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rn Metropolitan Community Church of Northernrn Virginiarn

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rn 11 amrn

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rn 10383 Democracy Lanern

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rn Fairfax, VArn

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rn Rev. Kharma Amos will lead worship with focus on labor issues.rn

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rn Mother Seton Catholic Churchrn

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rn 7:30am, 9am, 10:30am and noonrn

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rn 19951 Father Hurley Blvdrn

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rn Germantown, MD 20874rn

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rn Fr. Ron Potts willrn lead worship with focus on labor issues.rn

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rn New York Avenue Presbyterian Churchrn

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rn 10amrn

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rn 1313 New York Ave, NWrn

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rn Washington, DC rn

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rn Rev. Mark Jennings will lead worship with focus onrn labor issues.rn

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rn Our Lady Queen of Peace RCrn

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rn 8, 9:30, 11:15amrn

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rn 2700 S. 19th Streetrn

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rn Arlington, Va rn

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rn Fr. Leonard Tuozzolo will lead worship with focus onrn labor issues.rn

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rn St. Aloysius Churchrn

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rn 9:30amrn

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rn 19 Eye St, NWrn

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rn Washington, DCrn

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rn Fr. Tom Clifford will lead worship with theme ofrn “Living Out the Gospel in Our Everyday Lives” and will raise up the work of parishionersrn and how everyday labor is a service to God.rn

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rn St. David’s Parishrn

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rn 9:15 and 11:15am
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5150 Macomb Street, NW
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rn Rev. Robin Dodge will lead worship with focus onrn labor issues.rn

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rn St. Luke’s Episcopalrn

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rn 1514rn 15th Street, NWrn

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rn Washington,rn DCrn

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Rev. Linda Caulkins will lead worship with focus onrn labor issues.

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rn St. Matthew’s Cathedralrn

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rn 10rn am, 11:30 amrn

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rn 1725rn Rhode Island Ave NWrn

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rn Washington, DCrn

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rn Msgr. W. Ronaldrn Jameson will lead worship with focus on labor issues.rn

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rn St. Teresa of Avila Catholic Churchrn

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rn 9 amrn

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rn 1401 V St SErn

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rn Washington, DCrn

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Msgr.rn Raymond East will lead worshiprn with focus on labor issues.

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rn St. Thomas’ Episcopal Churchrn

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rn 10 am and 6 pmrn

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rn 1772 Church St NW rn

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rn Washington, DCrn

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rn Rev. John Dwyer willrn lead worship with focus on labor issues.rn

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rn Takoma Park Presbyterianrn

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rn 10amrn

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rn 310 Tulip Avern

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rn Takoma Park, mDrn

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rn Rev. Patricia Barthrn will lead worship with focus on labor issues.rn

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rn Woodside UMCrn

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rn 10amrn

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rn 8900 Georgia Avern

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rn Silver Spring, MDrn

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rn MACHAR: The Washington Congregation for Secularrn Humanistic Judaismrn

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rn Monday, September 3rdrn

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rn 3:30-6pmrn

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rn Labor Day Picnicrn

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rn Meadowbrookrn Park Cabin at Candy Cane City Playgroundrn

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rn Locatedrn at East-West Highway and Meadowbrook Lane in Chevy Chase, MD, about half-wayrn between Silver Spring and Bethesda.rn

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rn Grace Episcopal Churchrn

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rn Sunday September 9thrn

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rn 9:30-11:30 am rn

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rn 1041 Wisconsin Ave, NWrn

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rn Washington, DCrn

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rn Security officer will speak about labor issues atrn adult forum.rn

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rn Foundry UMCrn

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rn Sunday, September 23rdrn

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rn 9:30amrn

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rn 1500 16th Street, NW rn

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rn Washington, DCrn

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rn Christian Educationrn

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rn series on low wagern workersrn

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rnLabor in the Pulpits and Labor on the Bimah arernjointly organized by Jews United for Justice and Interfaith Worker Justice ofrnGreater Washington, a project of DC Jobs with Justice, with the support of thernMetro Washington and Northern Virginia AFL-CIO’s. rn

rnFor more information about these activities, contact Mackenzie Baris atrn202-974-8224 or mbaris@dclabor.orgrn

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