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Thank You Letter to Veteran for Serving


(Idea – Use this letter with a gift card to a gas station, etc.)

Warm Greetings!

On behalf of a grateful congregation here at (NAME OF CHURCH), I wanted to take this opportunity to express our appreciation for your service to our Nation as a veteran of the Armed Forces.

We must never take for granted the sacrifice of our veterans in addition to the willingness of family members who have been willing to part with those they love for a period of time.

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Church Letter To Veteran on Veterans Day


Dear

It is with deep appreciation I take this opportunity to write to you at this time that our Nation dedicates to honoring War Veterans.

When our Country called, you answered.  While time goes by and many people seem to go on with life with little or no regard for the sacrifices of our Veterans, I want to assure you that we here at First Christian Church hold you in high esteem.

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Appreciation to Military Service Member Serving at Christmas


Christmas Greetings!

On behalf of the entire congregation here at (NAME OF CHURCH), I wanted to take this opportunity to pass along our appreciation to you as you serve in our Military, especially during the Christmas Season.

While you are away from us in a physical sense, please rest assured you are very near and dear to our thoughts at this time. I have no doubt you knew being away during these special times would be part of your service.

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Veterans Day Church Welcome or Bulletin Insert

Veterans Day is a public holiday that is dedicated to honoring anyone who has served in the United States military. The holiday began as a day to remember the end of World War I and was declared a holiday by President Woodrow Wilson in 1919. Originally known as Armistice Day, the holiday became Veterans Day in 1954. It is always officially observed on November 11th.

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Letter to Soldier at Christmas


Greetings in Christ!

On behalf of the entire congregation and leadership here at (NAME OF CHURCH), I wanted to send this note of appreciation to you for your service to our Nation as you serve in the military.

Christmas is well known as a time when families gather together to celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ, and in doing so, it becomes a time to appreciate

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