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The Anglican Cycle of Prayer calls for prayers for the Diocese of Jerusalem each June 22.
This year we are naming the third Sunday of Pentecost, June 21, "Jerusalem Sunday" to encourage churches to remember the Christians and their ministries in the Holy Land.
Bishop Greg Rickel, AFEDJ Chair and Bishop of the Diocese of Olympia, explains our rationale, “Jerusalem Sunday and the season of Pentecost offer the perfect opportunity to move beyond the headlines and to help Episcopalians across the Church learn more about the lives and ministries of Christians in the Holy Land.”
Our virtual volunteer teams are in search of additional Angel volunteers to help continue providing support. If you are looking for virtual volunteering that goes beyond one-time or seasonal support, take a look at these opportunities:
Deployed Adoptions Team - "Adopt" a deployed service member and support them with letters and care packages.
Women of Valor Team - Be a friend to a female military caregiver! These women can often feel isolated, alone, and overwhelmed— and that was before the pandemic started. Your support through letters and care packages can be the difference they need to continue caring for their wounded hero.
Baby Brigade - Help expectant military moms to celebrate the birth of their new baby through virtual baby showers.
Chaplain Support Team - Provide direct support to deployed military Chaplains in the form of needed items that they will use to support the service members assigned to them.