World Communion Sunday 2022


World Communion Sunday

On World Communion Sunday, we partner with other UMC congregations in a special offering to support young adults and make a global impact for Christ. Half of the offering benefits World Communion scholarships for graduate students from the U.S. and other countries. The remainder assists Ethnic Scholarships for U.S. and international undergraduate students in the U.S. and Ethnic In-Service Training. These funds are administered by the General Boards of Higher Education and Ministry and Global Ministries.

The United Methodist Church, the world and our communities are in a time of transition. Together God’s church can be a beacon to navigate the ongoing global trauma of the COVID pandemic, the impact of a tumultuous political climate in the U.S. and the anxiety of a looming denominational separation.

Now, perhaps more than ever, we are called to be part of extending healing and hope
that can guide us to becoming a new creation in Christ. Through our gifts and support,
we partner with God and God’s people to strengthen Christ’s loving presence in a
hurting world.

United Methodist Special Sunday celebrations invest in servant leadership, community
building and ministries of peace with justice. Concentrating our resources to support shared
ministries equips us to step into a grace-filled new beginning with faithful determination.
When you give generously on World Communion Sunday, you partner with talented,
qualified students from around the globe to transform the world as witnesses for Christ.
Please give online: at or mail checks to World Communion Sunday,
GCFA, P.O. Box 340029, Nashville, TN 37203. Checks can also be made out to your local
church with “WCS” written in the memo line. Our gifts partner with vision bearers and
dream casters.