Each year since 2011, Mansion Sunday is celebrated by the United Pentecostal Church International (UPCI) on the first Sunday of November. This year, on Sunday, November 5th, churches across the nation will share the heartbeat of Tupelo Children’s Mansion (TCM) by doing four things:

Inspiring their congregation with the mission of TCM

Receiving a sacrificial offering to bless the children at TCM

Praying for the children and the staff

Promoting monthly support

As the oldest endorsed project of the UPCI, TCM has impacted the lives of children for 70 years! The first sibling group arrived via train in 1953, and since that time, TCM has grown to be the largest children’s home in Mississippi. TCM is also the only Apostolic children’s home of its kind. This exceptional ministry is made possible by the generosity of individuals, churches, and businesses. It’s true…100% of TCM’s funding comes from people just like you!

This Mansion Sunday is unlike any previous year. This year, Tupelo Children’s Mansion is celebrating its 70th birthday! What a testament to God’s goodness and provision! What a testament to the church coming together to impact the lives of children! Hundreds upon hundreds have been changed and given a new life because of the gifts YOU gave to Tupelo Children’s Mansion! This year, we celebrate!

We encourage you to get involved with Mansion Sunday! How?

Download Mansion Sunday Resources and Media

The link above will direct you to numerous resources that will assist you in conducting a successful Mansion Sunday at your church, including a sponsorship form. If you are not currently a Mansion Champion (monthly sponsor), please give consideration to being a part of our mission!

We thank you in advance for your prayers and financial support! Together, we are bringing hope to children! Remember, anyone can give to TCM at any time by visiting If you have any questions or need assistance in making your Mansion Sunday successful, please contact me at [email protected].

With sincerest gratitude for 70 years,

Chad A. Parker, MSSW, LMSW, LPC
Executive Vice President

Every Child Deserves Hope.