On behalf of the staff and congregation of First Christian Church, I want to take the time to say Thank you for your devotion and service to the FCC over the years.
It is said that with age comes wisdom, and as a church family, we have been so abundantly blessed with your wisdom and insight over the years. Your rich history and faithful testimony are a source of great joy and blessing to us here at First Christian Church, and although you are no longer able to join us on Sunday mornings, we want to make sure that you know just how loved and appreciated you are. Some of the highlights of your long and dedicated service include: Logged in Members, CLICK HERE to view full text!
I wanted to take a moment during this busy Christmas Season to send this note to let you know we are thinking of you here at (NAME OF CHURCH), and thanking God for the blessing you have been to our church family over the years.
It is during this time we not only think of giving gifts, but we also think of the gifts God has given to us in the past, and without a doubt, your life has been, and continues to be one of those gifts we are thankful for. Logged in Members, CLICK HERE to view full text!
I wanted to take this moment to write to you during this very special season of Christmas to let you know how much you are appreciated and missed in our services.
We realize that you are unable to get to church at this time, yet want you to know how important you are to the body of Christ, especially as you continue to pray for the ministry outreach here at FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH. Logged in Members, CLICK HERE to view full text!
We would like to take this opportunity to let you know that your FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH family is thinking about you and praying for you during this time that you are unable to join us for church services. We value you as an integral part of our church community and miss your presence among us. As we are sincerely interested in you, we greatly appreciate your contact with us whenever possible. Logged in Members, CLICK HERE to view full text!
Life is full of daily challenges, obstacles, disappointments, and other events that tend to isolate us, drain our energy, and even make us apathetic. During times when we are unable to get out of our homes and interact with others, conduct our routine tasks, or attend church to fellowship with others, we may become depressed and feel inclined to withdraw from others even further. Logged in Members, CLICK HERE to view full text!