World Mission Sunday

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January 10, 2002

January, 2002

Dear companions in Christ:

The Episcopal Church will celebrate World Mission Sunday on February 10 in 2002, with a theme of “Companionship.”

More than 80 dioceses of our church have companion relationships with dioceses or provinces in other parts of...

January 7, 2002

"Companionship in Mission"

The major lectionary theme of the last Sunday of the Epiphany season is the Christological mystery of the Transfiguration. While the connection to World Mission Sunday may not seem obvious, in fact the Standing Commission on World Mission deliberately chose...

January 10, 2001

A LITURGY FOR WORLD MISSION THE 1997 GENERAL CONVENTION DESIGNATED THE LAST SUNDAY AFTER EPIPHANY AS WORLD MISSION SUNDAY (FEBRUARY 25TH IN 2001). THIS LITURGY CAN ALSO BE USED AT OTHER TIMES. FEEL FREE TO ADAPT THIS TO MEET THE NEEDS OF YOUR CHURCH

Opening Hymn: Jesus...

January 8, 2001

From Transfiguration to Mission

The major lectionary theme of the last Sunday of the Epiphany season is the Christological mystery of the Transfiguration. While the connection to World Mission Sunday may not seem obvious, in fact the Standing Commission on...

January 8, 2001

January, 2001

Dear friends:

TThis year, the Episcopal Church will observe World Mission Sunday on February 25. Enclosed you will find a variety of resources designed to draw attention to the fact that "We are a missionary church!" Please plan a special observance on the Last...

January 3, 2000

February, 2000

Dear friends and colleagues:

The last Sunday of Epiphany has been designated as World Mission Sunday in our church. This year, that date falls on March 5. I'm writing to ask you to plan a special observance with your congregation on that date, and to consider...

Dado el estado del mundo actual, rara vez ha habido un momento más importante para recordarnos a nosotros mismos que, como cristianos, somos una comunidad global y que Dios nos llama a participar con todo el pueblo de Dios de todo el mundo, a participar globalmente en el Movimiento de Jesús....

Given the state of the world today, there has rarely been a more important time to remind ourselves that as Christians we are a global community and we are called by God to engage with all of God’s people from around the whole world, to globally engage in the Jesus Movement.  

When we ...

 

The Episcopal Church works hand in hand with neighbors around the world and down the block, praying for partner congregations and dioceses, and offering relief to our brothers and sisters during times of crisis. Episcopal missionaries around the world serve as the church's eyes, ears,...

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