“Thank you for the letter, Pastor!”
I will never forget the day I received these encouraging words from a lady who had just received a “Happy Birthday” letter from me. A smile of happiness was all over her face as she knew that her Pastor had thought of her and did something about it. Since that letter, there have been numerous times when someone came to me expressing their appreciation for the fact that they were thought of on their special day.
Are you in Christian Leadership and in need of just the right letter to use for the various key moments that come up during the week, but you just don’t have the time to write a letter for each occasion? This Church Letters Website will be a resource you will come to over and over again for the best letters to send to your congregation and community!
Far more valuable than “static” software, our site continues to grow with hundreds of letters on over 50 topics! Often, you will see our letters reflect various events in the news. No, we didn’t produce letters and walk away, but continue to add to the site even as members request letters that would benefit them, as well as other members.
For instance, following some of the recent disasters around the world, we have provided letters (at no charge or need for membership) to help our members and even those trying our site out to get the word out. During Holidays, we provide updated letters as we recognize the letter you used last year probably won’t be the one you want to use this year. One of our most popular categories is our visitor follow-up letters, and this category continues to expand greatly as we have both general and more event and holiday related letters for follow-up. The uses are endless!
The value of a well written letter is tremendous. It can provide a church member or adherent with a greater sense of value as they realize they are appreciated and recognized.
The primary purpose of Church Letters is not to simply provide a letter to use without any thought involved, but it’s to provide a STARTING POINT which you can then modify according to your own style of writing. Without a doubt, the most difficult aspect of writing a letter is getting started… and our site comes alongside your ministry to start off with a well-written quality letter which is ready to be sent with minor modification. And we do recommend you modify them!
As they say, “time is money”. Why sit there for an hour deciding what to write when that hour could be used in some other important area of ministry? Whether you are on a church staff or simply volunteering to bless your church with the ministry of letter writing, we are sure you can think of many other things you would like to… or need to do, however you recognize the tremendous value of staying in touch with your people! Our site will free you up to be more effective and efficient in other areas as the burden is lifted regarding letter writing.
Most leaders realize the importance of letters, however, many other pressing matters always seem to rise to the top.
For some reason, when people hear the word “letter”, they think automatically of getting paper, envelope and stamp, and while that may be the most personal and effective way to send a letter, most people are fully comfortable receiving communication via e-mail as well. There are so many creative ways to communicate so don’t let custom or tradition dictate how you share information!
With over 30 years of Ministry experience, these letters are being offered as a resource for use in your busy ministry. The letters are written from a Pastors background growing up in a Pastor’s home and truly from the heart of a Pastor. He has written the vast majority of the letters, yet recently to keep up with demands of ministry as well as this site, selected writers who provide tremendous letter content as well.
Our Church Letters website has blessed Pastors, Secretaries and other Ministry Leaders since 2004 with hundreds of letters which may be easily edited by copying from our site, into your document, and edited in the style you wish to use. Simply “copy, paste, modify, and send!”