Sympathy Letters - Church Letters for Ministries

Warm Greetings,

I want to thank you in advance for taking a few moments to read this letter which not only expresses a need, but also presents each one of us with a unique opportunity to provide a lasting remembrance of our beloved former Pastor Rev. _________ __________. Logged in Members, view full text here…

Dear

On behalf of the leadership here at First Christian Church, I wanted to send my condolences to you and your family as you said your final “good-byes” to your Mother a few weeks ago.  Someone once said though that we as Christians never truly say “good-bye”, but simply “see you later”, as we realize according to scripture, we will see our loved ones again in that place of no more tears. Logged in Members, view full text here…

Dear

The pain you are feeling at this time must be intense.  Most likely, there are questions of “why” that are part of your thoughts even as you struggle to show your faith in God. Logged in Members, view full text here…

Dear

The pain you are feeling at this time must be intense.  Most likely, there are questions of “why” that are part of your thoughts even as you struggle to show your faith in God. Logged in Members, view full text here…

I wanted to take this opportunity to send you a letter to let you know that I am thinking of you.

It has been a year since the passing of  __________, and while I know that the past year has been difficult, please rest assured you are in my thoughts and prayers.

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Dear

With this being the first Wedding Anniversary you will spend since the passing of your wife/husband, I want to assure you that we are thinking of you, and praying that God will undergird you with His strength. Logged in Members, view full text here…

Dear

At this difficult time in your life, I realize that words may seem empty as you are grieving the loss of your son/daughter ________.  However, I believe it is important that you know your friends are praying that God will surround you in His loving arms, and that His peace will be your strength. Logged in Members, view full text here…

Dear

At this difficult time in your life, I realize that words may seem empty as you are grieving the loss of your son/daughter ________.

However, I believe it is important that you know your friends are praying that God will surround you in His loving arms, and that His peace will be your strength.

The loss of a child to the scourge of cancer has to be the ultimate grief that a Dad or Mom will ever endure.  You are so blessed with the thought that not only do you know Christ as Savior, but _____________ also came to believe in Christ as well.

What a wonderful assurance and hope that one day you will be re-united with __________, and that you will spend all of eternity in adoration of your Savior.

We can still take great comfort in the verse:   Brothers, we do not want you to be ignorant about those who fall asleep, or to grieve like the rest of men, who have no hope. [14] We believe that Jesus died and rose again and so we believe that God will bring with Jesus those who have fallen asleep in him. – 1 Thes. 4:13-14

Again, we will be praying for you and trust that you will contact me if you need anything at all.

In Christ,

Rev. John Doe

I was saddened to hear of the death of your close friend __________ this past week.
I know that you shared a deep bond of friendship with __________, and it is the kind of friendship that will not be forgotten in the days and weeks ahead. Logged in Members, view full text here…

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I was deeply saddened to hear of the accident and subsequent death of _________ this past week.

I am sure that right now you are filled with many questions as to “why” this has happened.  I wish with all my heart that I could offer you the answers to that question, but I know that there are questions that can only be answered one day in heaven, and this will be one of them. Logged in Members, view full text here…

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