Orphan Sunday is observed on First Sunday of November. People should defend the fatherless children with care who has no family. To visit orphans in their affliction, each event is conducted locally-led. Sermons and small groups, concerts and prayer gatherings, meals sharing and youth activities and each rousing followers with God’s call to care for the orphan, and what we can do in response. Every November, thousands of events will echo across the USA and around the globe, all would share the goal that God’s great love for the orphan will find an echo in our lives as well. Orphan Sunday is your opportunity to rouse community, church, and friends to the orphan.
“When you lose a parent, you realize how vital they are to the foundation of your life. It’s impossible to understand what it means until that curtain is pulled. You’re an orphan. But then I think that life is kind of remarkable, and the thing that causes the biggest pain can also bring amazing energy.” – Neneh Cherry
History of Orphan Sunday
The Christian Alliance initially started Orphan Sunday; its goal is to respond to God’s call to care for the orphan. Churches, community, and organizations across the world participate in Orphan Sunday in several ways. CAFO has a list of ways that families and groups can participate in Orphan Sunday. As an organization, MLJ Adoptions has previously involved in Orphan Sunday in a variety of ways like sending speakers to churches, hosting booths and publishing blogs.
Other Celebrations on November 1
November 1 is also celebrated as
How to Celebrate
The best way to celebrate this day is by adoption that the resources speech about the need for international adoption from particular countries, namely countries where international adoption is permitted. Affording Adoption materials including our Financial Resources Guide, which includes valuable information about grants, fundraising, and making adoption dreams in presence. Family stories called to adoption and information about their campaigns. Contact details for mentioning families. Adoption Advocacy information for an organization to join the adoption community by raising awareness for the Adoption Tax Credit, adoption-friendly government regulations, and other adoption-related issues. Post and share your celebrations on social media using the hashtag #OrphanSunday.
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