The commemoration of World Communion Sunday serves as an opportunity to appreciate the redemptive work of Christ on the cross as we embody Christlike empathy and compassion in our response… Continue Reading Eat this bread, drink this cup
October 3, 2021, is World Communion Sunday. This offering supports a diverse mix of national and international ethnic young adults to make a global impact for Christ.
What happens to dollars you give to Special Sunday offerings that support scholarships? Some of those funds come back to Michigan to help students pay for their education.
Bishop David Bard encourages the safe celebration of World Communion Sunday. He also speaks about the United Methodist stance and his views of Communion on-line.
A former refugee, this World Communion Scholarship recipient says, “I am prayerfully discerning what ministry God is calling me to specifically.”
Michigan United Methodists gave over a quarter million dollars to General and Conference Special Sunday Offerings so far in 2018. Thank you for your generosity!
Giving on World Communion Sunday helps provide scholarships for national and international graduate students God has gifted to learn and to serve.