Celebrate Labor Day with no work
Labor Day became a national holiday in June 1894 when President Grover Cleveland signed the Labor Day bill into law. Have we lost the spirit of Labor Day?
Today Labor Day is no longer about trade unionists marching down the street with banners and their tools of trade. The original holiday was meant to handle a problem of working long hours and no time off.
If you work all the time and never really take a vacation, start a new ritual that honors the original spirit of Labor Day. Shut off your phone, computer and other electronic devices connecting you to your daily grind – then go to a barbecue, like the original participants did more than a century ago, and celebrate having at least one day off from work during the year!
I hope and pray that everyone has a safe Labor Day weekend with their loved ones. God bless America!
Corinth West Methodist Church Events
Sept. 12, members of Corinth West Methodist Church will host the Union Hill District Conference of the First Methodist Congregational Church group. There are 11 membership churches who will send delegates to the annual business meeting.
This meeting is pending COVID-19 restrictions that might cause a postponement.
Corinth West Methodist Church members are also planning a Swamp John’s fundraiser in October, pending COVID-19 restrictions.
Enon Baptist Church hosts revival
The members of Enon Baptist Church held a spirit–filled revival in August.
Mrs. Robin Williams and a worship team from Pleasant Grove brought the music each evening for the revival. Brother Tom Richter, from the Cullman First Baptist Church, brought the Word for the revival.
Enon Baptist Church pastor Bro. Steve Ledbetter said they were blessed to have revival services during a pandemic.