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!
We are so glad to have you with us today here at (NAME OF CHURCH)! This is a very special day as we take the time to “give honor where honor is due” and recognize and appreciate the Pastor(s) of our church during this Pastor’s Appreciation Month.
Whether this is your first time with us or you are a regular attendee, we want you to know how much we appreciate having you here with us. We trust you will enjoy the service while experiencing the wonderful presence of the Lord as the service progresses. Logged in Members, CLICK HERE to view and/or copy full text!
We are thrilled to have you here at (NAME OF CHURCH) today and trust you enjoy an inspirational and enjoyable time worshiping the Lord. There is something amazing and powerful about the corporate worship experience as voices rise as one to bring the Lord the honor due His Name!
What a joy it is to gather together to worship on this very special weekend when we recognize and appreciate… work!
It seems that we often lose sight of this weekend as many people simply view it as the final weekend of Summer vacations as school is once again in session. Others may see it as another weekend of cookouts and a day off to celebrate work! (Seems almost ironic doesn’t it?) Logged in Members, CLICK HERE to view and/or copy full text!
We are so excited you have chosen to worship with us here today and we look forward to all God will do in your life, as well as the lives of your loved ones!
Life is full of challenges and struggles, and what a strength it is to be around people who will support you through the difficulties. Yet, it is also a great joy when those people also surround you in the times of victory as well! Victories may seem to be so short in duration while the struggles seem to last “forever”. Logged in Members, CLICK HERE to view and/or copy full text!