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We Miss You at Church (During Pandemic)

(Letter to use for people missing church while being extra cautious)

Greetings in Christ!

I wanted to take a few moments to send you this letter to let you know that we miss you during this challenging Global Pandemic.

While many have gathered back in the sanctuary for church services, we know that others are not quite ready to return yet. Please rest assured, we understand! While we are praying that the day comes soon, we can all be together again; please know we consider you a valuable part of this local church body.

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We Miss Our Church Family – During Coronavirus

(Letter to use when entire church is unable to gather due to Coronavirus – Adapt as needed)

Dear (NAME),

I wanted to take a moment to send this letter to let you know how much we miss meeting together as a church family during this time of battling the Coronavirus.

While we know and realize the “church” is not a building, but the people who make up the body of Christ, there's little doubt in all our minds this is not the way any of us envision what church will be going forward.

Someone once said, “you don't know what you have until it's gone.” Of course, the church is not “gone” in a literal sense, but not meeting together sure does make me appreciate what we had! Yet, the thing that keeps me going is the realization this is not a situation that will last forever.

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We Miss You at Church

Dear (Name),

I am writing to personally say that we miss you at church!

We care deeply for our members and visitors. In addition, we strive to be a community where people are known and loved. We want to let you know that we care about you and notice when you are unable to be with us.

I value you greatly and care genuinely about your walk with the Lord. If you have chosen to worship elsewhere, would you just let me know? I always like to know if I’m still your Pastor, so I know whether to reach out in times of need, etc.

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Take Time for Church in a Busy World

Greetings in Christ!

The Bible tells us in Hebrews 10:25 – 25 Not forsaking the assembling of ourselves together, as the manner of some is; but exhorting one another: and so much the more, as ye see the day approaching.

This scripture almost seems to be more difficult in this day we live as we seem to be busier than ever! I've often thought it would be wonderful if somehow we had an “eighth day of the week,” but sadly, we would find ways to fill that up as well.

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