Following the success of the first ever Sight Loss Sunday last year, it is being repeated this year with the theme, Made in God’s image.
Sight Loss Sunday is an opportunity for churches to put sight loss into focus whether they have someone in their congregation experiencing sight loss or not.
Churches with visually impaired congregation members may want to encourage them to be involved in the service. This can be anything from a Bible reading or testimony to spending some time with the Sunday school, leading the worship, or doing a sermon.
Churches with no known members with sight loss may want to use the prayer points, prayers of intercession or interactive prayers.
Resources covering anything from hymns and sermons to prayers and children’s work may be found at torchtrust.org/slsunday.
Sight Loss Sunday is taking place on 16 October, three days after World Sight Day.