Here’s a great way to provide a welcome speech for church this Sunday! Use these either from the platform as someone shares the welcome verbally or insert them in your church bulletin. Written by a Pastor with over 35 years of ministry experience, they will be a great addition to your follow up efforts to reach your community for Christ!
Welcome to Church on Independence Day Weekend – Thank God for Freedom
Welcome to Church!
We are so glad that you have chosen to worship with us today on this weekend that we look back and celebrate our freedom as Americans!
Someone rightfully said one time that freedom isn’t free. Those of us who have lived in America for any period of time recognize that truly this is the case. Men and women have given their lives over the years so that you and I can enjoy the freedom we know, as well as the freedom to be here today to worship God together. Logged in Members, CLICK HERE to view and/or copy full text!
We want to welcome you today to our Father’s Day service here at First Christian Church!
We realize that today there may be Fathers who are visiting for the very first time, as well as Fathers who have been regular attendees of our church. We know that life can be very challenging, especially for Fathers who have made up their minds to serve the Lord. Logged in Members, CLICK HERE to view and/or copy full text!
Good morning! We would like to welcome you today to (Name of Church).
Each and every Sunday we enter this sanctuary with anticipation of what God wants to do in each one of our lives. There can be no doubt whatsoever that God is a personal God who cares very deeply about each and every issue that we are concerned with. Logged in Members, CLICK HERE to view and/or copy full text!
Today is Pentecost Sunday which is a significant day to remember and appreciate in the history of the church. The word “Pentecost” basically means “50”, and is doubly significant when one realizes that the Holy Spirit was poured out upon those early believers who were waiting in the upper room as they waited in obedience and expectancy. Logged in Members, CLICK HERE to view and/or copy full text!