Church Invitation - Church Letters for Ministries

Dear (INSERT NAME),

When I was a child, I was always confused by the phrase “Good Friday.” Usually, we don’t look upon the death of a loved one and call it “good.”  On the contrary, we grieve and mourn for the loss of life. That being said, how could the day of our Savior’s violent death be called good? Logged in Members, view full text here…

Dear (INSERT NAME),

Maundy Thursday is approaching. The term Maundy comes from the Latin word mandatum, or commandment—but what does this have to do with Maundy Thursday?

As the circumstances of Holy Week continue to grow dark and intense, it’s easy to forget which event happened on which day.  Logged in Members, view full text here…

Dear

During this season of Thanksgiving, I wanted to take just a moment to reflect on the purpose of this wonderful time, as well as provide encouragement to set an example of thankfulness to our families and friends.

It is quite clear that to have a “thankful spirit” does not exactly come naturally just because we are born into the human race.  Logged in Members, view full text here…

Warm Greetings!

We are so thrilled to be celebrating the (#th) Anniversary of our church and are excited you have chosen to join with us as we take some time to observe this very special day.

As we look back over the years, we must take pause and be thankful to the Lord who has blessed us with His presence year in, and year out.  Logged in Members, view full text here…

Dear _________________,

I would like to take this opportunity to invite you and your family to our services on Father’s Day here at the church.

One of the most powerful statements a Father can make is to attend church with his family. It speaks volumes to the next generation coming behind us, and goes a long way to develop the thought of attending church in the minds of our young people who will eventually will grow up to be leaders in their own homes. Logged in Members, view full text here…

Greetings in Christ!

I love my church!  When was the last time you heard that, or yes, even said that?

Well, we are going to give you an opportunity to not only say it, but also experience a special Sunday devoted to that simple thought! Logged in Members, view full text here…

(Letter may be used any year)

Greetings in Christ!

What a wonderful time of the year!  Once again, it is time to “give honor where honor is due” here at (NAME OF CHURCH) by honoring all Mothers who attend our services on Mother’s Day 2013. Logged in Members, view full text here…

Dear Mr. and Mrs. Smith:

He is not here, He is risen! Luke 24:2 recounts the story of the empty tomb.

Can you imagine an empty tomb where a dead body once lay? A huge stone was rolled away and all that was left was an empty tomb. Logged in Members, view full text here…

Dear Church Family,

He is Risen!

Those are three of the most beautiful words to be arranged in a sentence you will ever hear!

As we move rapidly towards another Easter Sunday, or as some would call it…Resurrection Sunday, I want to take a moment to encourage you to invite your friends and neighbors out to church with you.   Logged in Members, view full text here…

Warm Greetings!

I trust you are doing well at this wonderful time of the year as we celebrate the advent of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.

What an amazing thought it is, to know that the Son of God humbled Himself over 2,000 years ago and came to this earth in the form of a child, born of a virgin.  He lived a sinless life, died, yet rose again because the power of death could not hold Him! Logged in Members, view full text here…

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