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Timeline of Christian missions

Summary
This timeline of Christian missions chronicles the global expansion of Christianity through a listing of the most significant missionary outreach events. Apostolic Age Early history of Christianity#Apostolic Age Timeline of Christianity#Apostolic AgeApostolic Age and Acts of the Apostles Christianity in the 1st century Earliest dates must all be considered approximate
  • 33 – Great Commission of Jesus to go and make disciples of all nations; Pentecost, a day in which 3000 Jews from a variety of Mediterranean Basin nations are converted to faith in Jesus Christ.
  • 34 – In Gaza, Philip baptizes a convert, an Ethiopian who was already a Jewish proselyte.
  • 34 – Saul of Tarsus is converted, and becomes Paul.
  • 39 – Peter preaches to a Gentile audience in the house of Cornelius in Caesarea Maritima.
  • 42 – Mark goes to Alexandria in Egypt
  • 47 – Paul (formerly known as Saul of Tarsus) begins his first missionary journey to Western Anatolia, part of modern-day Turkey via Cyprus.
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