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What special days of the Christian year does The United Methodist Church observe?

With other Christian churches, The United Methodist Church celebrates the special days of the Christmas season (Advent, Christmas, Epiphany) and the Easter season (Lent, Easter, Pentecost) as well as special Christian days that fall during what is known as Ordinary Time.  These include Trinity Sunday, All Saints' Day and Christ the King Sunday.

The United Methodist Program Calendar  lists the special days of the Christian year and their corresponding liturgical colors.

The General Board of Discipleship's Worship Web site offers many articles on the Christian year.



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