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Choose a Card for the Church

Via the Episcopal Church’s Office of Public Affairs

It’s time to vote for your favorite original artwork that will be used for the 2014 Episcopal Church Christmas card. Forty-eight artists submitted 70 entries expressing a local understanding of God’s incarnation for the celebration of Jesus’ birth.

About the voting:

  • Submissions and voting instructions are here.
  • Participants are asked to vote for only one.
  • Voting is open until September 19.
  • Winner will be announced October 1.

A printable PDF of the card with the winning artwork will be made available online to all congregations. The greeting inside the card will appear in English, Spanish, French, Creole and Navajo.

For information about voting contact Ana Arias or Barry Merer.

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