World Communion Sunday October 2, 2011

World Communion Sunday – celebrated the first Sunday in October – is one of the most venerable of special Sundays. The day has taken on new relevancy and depth of meaning in a time when fear divides the peoples of God's earth. On this day we celebrate our oneness in Christ, the Prince of Peace, in the midst of the world we are called to serve – a world ever more in need of peacemaking.North Carolina Council of Churches

World Communion Sunday is a time to be in communion with Christians all over the world and to enable us to "press on toward the goal" of serving God in life-changing ministries. Overview from the United Methodist Church

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