Day of Many Colours: Celebrating our global Church family

Each year Mission Together encourages schools to host a Day of Many Colours. This special day of celebration aims to develop in children a missionary spirit of attention towards others, through prayer, charity, and action. It also provides a joyfully opportunity for children to celebrate their special place within God’s Universal Family.

You inspired us!

We know teachers and schools have significant demands on their time and resources. So it’s always inspiring for us to see schools across England and Wales continue to support our Day of Many Colours and use to great effect the many classroom resources available on our website.

Many of you posted tweets from their day, sharing news of special Liturgical Prayers, DOMC learning activities, fun celebrations, and fundraising efforts.

In Our Lady Queen of Martyrs Primary, Durham, pupils laid out a giant Mission Rosary on the school hall floor, whilst others gave a rousing rendition of He’s Got the Whole World in His Hands, as pupils prayed for their brothers and sisters around the world. We loved your creativity and your fantastic singing, everyone!

At Sacred Heart Primary, Birmingham, pupils raised a fantastic £180 to buy their own Mission Rosaries so they could pray for children on every continent during their Day of Many Colours. What a wonderful way to connect with our global family – we are so touched by your hearts of faith!

Pupils making great use of our Virtual Map

And in St Paulinus Primary, Cleveland, pupils used our Mission Together Virtual Map to learn about children around the world who also pray and share to help others through Mission Together.

We love that you took the time to learn and pray about God’s global family!

Are you inspired to hold a Day of Many Colours? Click here for all our ideas, suggestions and resources>>

A huge ‘thank you’!

We’re very grateful to all who support our Day of Many Colours. All the money you raise for Mission Together goes to Missio’s overseas children’s projects.

That means your prayers and donations go to the 20,000 plus children we help around the world, offering a safe place to live, nourishing food, opportunities to learn, vital medical care and so much more.  And your prayers let them know they’re not alone – that there are always people who care about them.

You can find out more about some of our projects here>>

Will you join our rainbow?

The Day of Many colours is traditionally held on the feast of St Peter and St Paul, but your school can have a celebration whenever suits you! If you’d like to hold a Day of Many Colours you can find all our resources to help you have a fab and faith filled day here>>

Meanwhile there are other ways to get involved and support our work! You can:

Find lots ways to get involved here>>

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