World Mission Sunday is March 2 in The Episcopal Church.
Traditionally celebrated on the last Sunday after Epiphany, the purpose of World Mission Sunday is to focus on the global impact of the Baptismal Covenant’s call to “seek and serve Christ in all persons” (Book of Common Prayer, p. 305), and to raise our awareness of the many ways in which the Episcopal Church participates in God’s mission around the world.
“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,” noted the Rev. David Copley, Mission Personnel Officer. “Episcopal missionaries around the world serve as the church's eyes, ears, hands, and feet on the ground.”
Currently, Episcopal Church missionaries are located in many international locales, including Brazil, Colombia, El Salvador, Ghana, Japan, Hong Kong, Japan, South Korea Tanzania, and many places in between.
Resources and information on World Mission Sunday are here
A Bulletin Insert in English and Spanish is here
Mission Personnel here
Global Partnerships here
For more information, contact Elizabeth Boe, Global Networking Officer.
The Episcopal Church: www.episcopalchurch.org