Special Offering Information

Special Offering Days

For more information and resources, visit http://disciplesmissionfund.org/special-offerings/

"Special Days in the life of the church often allow us to focus our worship, celebrations and fellowship around moments that are central to our faith.
Disciples Mission Fund Special Day Offerings also provide an opportunity to highlight specific ministries as part of our faith celebrations.

There are four Disciples Mission Fund Special Day Offerings received each year during Easter, Pentecost, Thanksgiving, and Christmas seasons. Also, Special Mission Fund offerings for Week of Compassion and Reconciliation Ministry are received in the last two Sundays of February (Week of Compassion) and the last Sunday of September and the first Sunday of October (Reconciliation). Each offering supports a specific ministry providing critical resources."

Focus March 2017

General Ministries of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ)

The 2017 Easter Special Offering will be taken in most congregations on April 9 and 16.  As you  walk through the Lenten season and prepare for celebration of resurrection, take a little time to consider and share the many ways the many ways your gift to the Easter Special Offering will be utilized far and wide in support of the General Ministries of the church. General Ministries serve across the U.S. and Canada and around the world. General Ministries are partners in ministry serving through far-reaching and unique organizations.  Most congregations will receive these gifts on April 9 and 16, 2017.

Visit http://disciplesmissionfund.org/special-offerings/easter-special-offering/ for offering resources.  As was stated in the Disciples News on March 8, “A gift to the Easter Offering goes a long way to bring wholeness in the world. From children in Lesotho to people dealing with mental health issues in the U.S. and Canada;  preserving history to communicating about the Church today, the Easter Offering supports most of the general ministries of the Church. “