We are writing to extend a warm invitation to you and your family to join us at [Your Church Name] during February as we celebrate Black History Month.
Throughout the month, we will be hosting special services and events to honor the contributions and achievements of African Americans throughout history and to connect it to our faith in Jesus Christ. The African American community has a rich history in the church, and we want to celebrate and recognize the impact of this community on our faith.
I am writing to extend a warm and heartfelt invitation to you to join us at [church name] as we celebrate Black History Month.
Throughout the month of February, we will be recognizing and honoring the contributions and achievements of African Americans throughout history. We will be hearing from guest speakers, participating in special worship services, and engaging in meaningful conversations about the role of the Black community in our society.
(This may be used as a letter, yet it is primarily written with the intent of it being read openly on Father's Day in the Church as a Tribute to Father's)
On this Father's Day, we wanted to take a few moments to offer some words of encouragement and appreciation to all the Fathers who have chosen to worship with us.
In a world that continues to attack Fatherhood in so many ways, we want you to know that we honor you and pray for you not only on this day but throughout the year. It seems we are bombarded with television shows and commercials which intend to diminish the role of the Father into someone they are not, especially God-fearing Dads.