Welcome to one of the most popular categories on our site! Church Donation Letters can be easily modified to fit within the context of your particular ministry. Written by a Pastor with over 35 years of ministry experience. They will be a great addition to your present “toolbox” of ministry helps as you inspire people!
Sanctity of Human Life Sunday is on (DATE), and this year we will be receiving a special offering for our local crisis pregnancy center by the name of (NAME OF CENTER).
Most of you who are part of this community know the tremendous work they do as they serve young ladies who are pregnant. Some of the ways they bless our community is by providing much-needed counseling and encouragement. Also, the ladies receive supplies for their children, such as diapers, baby bottles, strollers, and car seats.
Isn't there just something beautiful about this time of year? For those of us who live in the colder areas, it may not be something so “heartwarming” to consider. Yet, without a doubt, there is just something beautiful about all the colorful lights and decorations!
The thing that makes it most exciting for me is that we will soon be celebrating the birth of our Lord and Savior. For me, at least, I believe Christmas is “the most wonderful time of the year”!
Once again, we are nearing that time of year in which we express our Thanksgiving to God. He is truly our provider and source of blessings.
Perhaps you've noticed, as I have, that as soon as October is over and November arrives, we begin to see Christmas decorations immediately go up! While I'm thrilled when Christmas comes, I'm always just a bit sentimental about the importance of Thanksgiving. Even on the first of November, I'm already seeing ads for Black Friday, and also Black Friday seems to start earlier than ever!
Somebody slow down and be thankful!
I'm sending this Thanksgiving Offering Letter as we usually do at some point before Thanksgiving. On Thanksgiving Sunday, we are looking forward to receiving a special Thanksgiving Offering that assists us as a church to be a blessing.