We are thrilled to have so many with us today who are the first to respond to our call in times of need. While we hope we never have to make that call, it’s always comforting to know that help is a matter of minutes away. There have been a few times over the years we’ve even had to call for help even after gathering here for Church on a Sunday.
Good morning! We want to welcome those of you who have joined us for worship today on this Labor Day Weekend!
For some, this is the last chance to get away before Summer “closes down shop” for the year. We are grateful that YOU have chosen to be in the Lord’s house this weekend!
Labor Day, the first Monday in September, is a creation of the labor movement and is dedicated to the social and economic achievements of American workers. It constitutes a yearly national tribute to the contributions workers have made to the strength, prosperity, and well-being of our country.
We’re thrilled you have chosen to worship with us today, regardless of whether you attend here regularly, or attend periodically, or even if this day is your first day with us!
A little over 2,000 years ago, Jesus rode into the city of Jerusalem on a lowly donkey. No white horse that a King would usually ride but this donkey that was had been borrowed for this great event now known as the Triumphal Entry.
We wanted to take a moment to welcome each one of you today as we take some time during each one of our services during February to observe Black History Month.
Welcome to Church!
We are thrilled that you have chosen to worship with us on this final Sunday of (YEAR)!
While most of us here are looking forward to putting this year in the past and moving ahead with the New Year, let’s remember that there is still some time left in this year!