‘We love the Day of Many colours and our Mission Together volunteer who delivers an assembly for us every year.’ Class teacher, Archdiocese of Southwark
The Day of Many Colours is our annual faith and fundraising event, celebrating the Universal Church and Mission Together’s work around the world.
Day of Many Colours is celebrated on 29 June, the feast of St Peter and St Paul – the Church’s two great missionaries – but schools can hold their DOMC at any point in the year.
Scroll down to download our DOMC assembly, liturgy and other resources.
The Day of Many Colours is based on the five colours of the Mission Rosary, in which each colour represents a different continent. These colours help children to remember how they are connected to other children all around the world, and encourages them to share God’s love with everyone through prayer and sharing.
Our 2018 Day of Many Colours assembly makes reference to the Football World Cup and highlights how sport – like the Church – draws people together to work as a team.
You can also order materials to support your Day of Many Colours: stickers, posters, prayer cards. Mission Rosaries are also available to order for a small donation of £1 per rosary to cover our costs.
- prayer promise
- Fundraising ideas
- DOMC St Peter and St Paul Liturgy and Activties
- DOMC Sample timetable
- DOMC Rainbow Promises Liturgy and Activity
- DOMC Poster
- DOMC Participation and Fundraising Ideas
- DOMC Games from around the World
- DOMC Design a Mission Flag
- DOMC 2018 assembly slides
- DOMC 2018 assembly notes
- DOMC 2018 - assembly activities.
- Day of Many Colours Assembly 2016
- Celebrating the sacraments with St Peter