O GOD, at whose word man goeth forth to his work and to his labour until the evening; Be merciful to all whose duties are difficult or burdensome, and comfort them concerning their toil.  Shield, from bodily accident and harm, the workmen at their work.

Protect the efforts of sober and honest industry, and suffer not the hire of the labourers to be kept back by fraud.  Incline the heart of employers and of those whom they employ to mutual forbearance, fairness, and good-will.  Give the spirit of governance and of a sound mind to all in places of authority.

Bless all those who labour in works of mercy or in schools of good learning.  Care for all aged persons, and all little children, the sick and the afflicted, and those who travel by land or by sea.  Remember all who by reason of weakness are overtasked, or because of poverty are forgotten.  Let
the sorrowful sighing of the prisoners come before thee; and according to the greatness of thy power, preserve thou those who are appointed to die.

Give ear unto our prayer, O merciful and gracious Father, for the love of thy dear Son, our Saviour Jesus Christ.  Amen.

From the Book of Common Prayer of the Reformed Episcopal Church