(TELEGRAPH) — A Christian care worker will go to the Court of Appeal this week to argue she has the right not to work on a Sunday.

Children’s care worker Celestina Mba, 58, will say that an employer has a duty to “reasonably accommodate” the beliefs of a Christian worker.

Ms. Mba brought the original claim after her employer, which offers 24-hour care for disabled children, would not promise her that she would never be put on shift on a Sunday.

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