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Thanksgiving Letter to Church 2021

Thanksgiving Greetings!

Most of us who have or have had Children started teaching them the basics as they were in their formative years. We taught them to say “please” when they wanted something, but we also taught them to say “thank you” upon receiving a blessing.

It wasn't something they were born with, but the more we taught them not only with our words but also with our examples, they began to use these powerful words. And for that, we are thankful!

The Bible tells us in Psalm 107:8-9 – 8 Let them give thanks to the LORD for his unfailing love and his wonderful deeds for mankind, 9 for he satisfies the thirsty and fills the hungry with good things.

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Love Offering Announcement Letter for Pastor

Greetings in Christ,

I wanted to take a moment to send you this note on behalf of the committee here at First Christian Church as we look forward to celebrating Pastor Appreciation Day during the month of October.

One of the things we would like to do for our Pastoral Staff is to receive a Love Offering as we show our affection and appreciation for our pastors and their families.

We will be receiving this love offering on Sunday morning, October 7 in our morning service. Of course, this is just one of the ways that we as a church body can appreciate those in leadership over us, and we would encourage you as well to bring a card expressing your personal appreciation for their ministry.

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Pastor Appreciation During Coronavirus

Dear Church Family,

As we continue to navigate these “uncharted waters” of a Global Pandemic, we are doing our best to provide you with information about services and events here at (NAME OF CHURCH).

In past years around this time, we have taken time to honor our Pastor and family for a special day we call “Pastor Appreciation Day.” Many churches also do this at one time or another during the year, but we choose to do so during (MONTH).

We all have had decisions to make during these past months that impact our families, and even at times, employees or people we work with daily. At the beginning of the year of 2020, not one of us looked over the horizon and predicted such difficult times for our world, nation, churches, or families. Yet, we have taken it “one day at a time,” trusting God will help us to make decisions that will be correct.

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Welcome back to Church Fall

Like you, I'm hoping for a bit of “normal” to return in the Fall and Winter, but like you, I have no idea what these months will hold.

There's a saying we have heard over the past few months, and it's this; “we're in this together.” Every time I've heard that I've thought to myself that while we may be in it together, that “together” includes the realization we need to try to accomplish that six feet apart!

This kind of thinking goes so against what the church of Jesus Christ is all about. Of all people, we should be appreciative of the fact that we are “better together,” but then again, we are reminded on a daily basis not to be “too together.”

At times my brain not only hurts, but my heart does too.

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Thank First Responders for Attending Special Day

Greetings,

Thank you for our attending our First Responder Appreciation Day on (DATE).

On behalf of the entire congregation here at (NAME OF CHURCH), I wanted to extend our sincere thanks for your service to our Communities.

While difficulties and emergencies occur and others flee the situation, you and others answer the call to go toward the crisis to offer needed assistance.

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