I just wanted to take this opportunity to follow up with you to thank you for visiting with us here at (NAME OF CHURCH) yesterday!
I trust you felt welcome as soon as you walked in the door of the church. It can be a little intimidating to come into a church as the “visitor”, and we hope that feeling was overcome by the welcoming spirit of our people. Logged in Members, CLICK HERE to view full text!
We are thrilled that you were able to join us for our Christmas Service! What a joy it is to come together to celebrate and appreciate the birth of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ!
I trust that your visit here at (NAME OF CHURCH) was one you enjoyed and felt welcome. We do our best to provide an atmosphere where visitors and guests experience a sense of belonging, even though for many, it may be the first time to ever be at our church. Logged in Members, CLICK HERE to view full text!
Have you ever heard a statement similar to this? “Well, I would love to be able to go to church, but it’s hard for me to do when I see all the hypocrites there.”
While you may have not heard those exact words, you’ve probably heard a variation of some kind and perhaps wondered a bit if you were being accused of being a hypocrite. None of us want to be considered in such a way, yet this is the impression often left in the wake of such a statement.
Jesus valued the church greatly, and in fact calls it his Bride! We know also that He’s coming one day for a Bride without spot or wrinkle, but we also realize there’s still a lot of spots to be removed, and wrinkles to iron! Logged in Members, CLICK HERE to view full text!
On behalf of the congregation and leadership here at (NAME OF CHURCH), I wanted to send this letter to express our appreciation for visiting us during the Christmas Season for services.
There’s a song that speaks of Christmas as “the most wonderful time of the year”, and I truly believe that, but possibly for different reasons expressed within the words and tunes of the song. Logged in Members, CLICK HERE to view full text!