1. A place to call “home” – “Home” is usually where the “rubber meets the road”. We get to know our “family” and they get to know our strengths and weaknesses, and as “iron sharpens iron”, we become stronger both in the short and long term.
I wanted to take a moment to send you a note of thanks for inviting the ____________ family to Church Service this past Sunday.
Statistics say that most people who usually don’t attend church would attend a service if they were ONLY invited. It is encouraging to see that you not only extended an invitation, but went out of your way to make their experience here at First Christian Church an enjoyable one.
What a joy it was to see you and your family back in church this week for a return visit to First Christian Church. I believe that in order for someone to really get the “context” of what a church is all about, it takes more than one visit. Thank you for giving us the opportunity to minister to you and your family for a second week.
I write briefly on behalf of the leadership here at First Christian Church with the purpose of inviting you to a special “Getting To Know You” Fellowship.
We appreciate your visit(s) to First Christian Church, and we would like to have the opportunity to share with you and your husband/wife the various ministries that we presently offer to benefit the entire family.
On behalf of the leadership and congregation of First Christian Church, I wanted to take this opportunity to thank you for having representation from (Department Name) at our Emergency Personnel Appreciation Day on Sunday, September 14th 2008.