June 14th and June 21st.
World Refugee Sunday
June 20th is World Refugee Day, and shortly after it was established the World Evangelical Alliance declared the Sundays before and after June 20th to be observed as World Refugee Sunday. This year World Refugee Sunday falls on June 17th and June 24th.
World Refugee Sunday is a wonderful opportunity for local churches, small groups and others to demonstrate their common concern for the welfare and protection of the world’s forcibly displaced people. WEA partners and the Refugee Highway Partnership (RHP) have developed the resources on this site to help you promote and observe this important day. This year the theme is based on the words of Jesus “I was a stranger and you welcomed me in” (Matthew 25:35).
We also encourage you to use the #WorldRefugee Sunday and #RefugeeHighway to share what you are doing, in order to encourage and inspire others to join in.
On World Refugee Sunday would your church consider highlighting the challenges daily faced by refugees; and what it means to welcome the stranger?
Share your Day
Life in Lockdown
Are you forcibly displaced?
Are you seeking asylum in another country?
Did you get to settle in a new country?
Coronavirus has brought with it some changes to the way we live our lives. How is it affecting your life? If you have a smartphone with a camera and like to write, we would love to hear from you.
What looks different in your day? What do you cook? Do you all eat together? What do you enjoy doing in your day? Are you meeting different people? Tell us about your daily struggles, share your day.
Take a picture and tell your story in no more than 50 words . Use your voice to tell the world how coronavirus is affecting your life.
Please share your pictures and text (50 words) on Smart4one Stories https://www.facebook.com/smart4onestories by 30 June 2020 to be part of World
Refugee Sunday 2020 https://www.refugeehighway.net/introduction-to-wrs.html .
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We look forward to hearing from you!