Asia Sunday is observed every year on the Sunday before Pentecost, and it coincides with the founding of the Christian Conference of Asia. Asia Sunday celebrations focus on particular themes every year.
This special occasion reminds Christian Conference of Asia member churches, like us, to offer special prayers and organise worship services as part of the observance of Asia Sunday.
The Christian Conference of Asia (CCA) will observe this year’s Asia Sunday on 24 May. In light of the novel COVID-19, the pandemic that has infected almost all continents in the world, the theme of Asia Sunday-2020 is ‘God, Heal Us as We are Vulnerable’.
The CCA requests its member churches and councils to use the Asia Sunday liturgy during special prayers in the coming days for the victims of the pandemic COVID-19.
Please download the Asia Sunday 2020 Worship Resources using the links below:
1. Asia Sunday 2020 – God, Heal Us as We are Vulnerable (Word Document)
2. Asia Sunday 2020 – God, Heal Us as We are Vulnerable (PDF)
The Christian Conference of Asia (CCA) will observe this year’s Asia Sunday on 2 June, on the theme, “Stateless and Trafficked People: Our Co-Pilgrims”.
While highlighting the importance of this year’s Asia Sunday theme, CCA General Secretary Dr. Mathews George Chunakara stated: “As the consequences and impacts of statelessness and human trafficking are enormous, the Christian response warrants to address these contemporary problems of dehumanisation with urgent priority”.
Previous Asia Sunday resources