Orphan Sunday

On Orphan Sunday, Christians stand for the orphan. We are a people called to defend the fatherless…to care for the child who has no family…to visit orphans in their distress. Each event is locally-led. Sermons and small groups, concerts and prayer gatherings, shared meals and youth activities—each rousing believers with God’s call to care for the orphan and what we can do in response.

Another Child Foundation is encouraging every church, organization, and business to stand up and be a voice for the orphan leading up to Sunday, November 11 celebration. Acknowledging the people in our communities who are foster parents or adoptive parents is important. These are the people on the front line doing whatever they can to bring joy to a child looking for a home.

Let every child experience
God’s unfailing love

Host an Orphan Sunday event on November 11!

Orphan Sunday is a special nationwide event when child advocates like you stand up in churches across the country and ask their community to educate, recognize and empower those people on the frontline making a difference. Another Child Foundation is asking for business leaders, media people, and churches to STAND UP and be heard. Empowering foster-care agencies, adoption agencies, and orphan care organizations is what Orphan Sunday is all about.


  1. IT’S EASY
    1. Order for FREE RESOURCE GUIDE (simply fill out the form to your right) – this will give you everything you need to host  an amazing event
    2. Be sure to get your pastor’s permission to host an Orphan Sunday event at your church
    3. Once you have your pastors permission, REGISTER HERE

You can be the answer to a child’s prayers this Orphan Sunday. You’ll be so blessed as you find loving sponsors for orphans and other children in need – and change their lives forever. These vulnerable children will be forever grateful to you. So get started today!

Want a little inspiration? Check out this video


To reach, teach, and transform the lives of orphaned and at-risk children in Romania.


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