On this first Sunday after Christmas, may we remain joyous and share that joy with everyone around us.
On this Fourth Sunday of Advent, may the glorious good news of Christ’s birth fill us with love and good will.
Our goal on this third Sunday of Advent is to have fellowship with our living Lord and with one another. Let our hands be extended to our fellow worshipers.
Welcome in Christ’s name, on this second Sunday of Advent. Scripture says if we walk in Christ’s light, we can have fellowship with one another.
Today is the first Sunday of Advent. Churches and Christian families now begin to celebrate the birth of Christ, whom God sent to earth for our salvation.
Today is Christ the King Sunday. We are here to celebrate the King of Glory! Welcome, children of the King.
Happy are those who seek you, Lord, with their whole heart and walk in your ways (Psalm 119:2-3). May today’s worship inspire us to follow that example.
A joyous greeting to one and all. We especially welcome all veterans, as our nation honors them this week.
We have come to approach the throne of grace and to receive mercy and renewal. May God fill our hearts with love as we worship and have fellowship together.
Nothing we own or do can fill our souls as God can. As we worship, we invite you to open your heart to the riches of abundant life the Father showers on us.
We have come to approach the throne of grace and to receive mercy and renewal. May God fill our hearts with love as we worship and have fellowship together. Welcome to all!
Welcome to worship, one and all! We gather as brothers and sisters in Christ to hear his Word and grow in faith and discipleship. God bless you during this holy time.
O God, may all our worldly concerns be put aside as we meditate upon you and your glory.
Grace to you and peace from God our Father and our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Welcome to worship as brothers and sisters in faith.
Welcome, friends! We celebrate Labor Day tomorrow, but today we celebrate the goodness of God who put us on Earth to care for it and to glorify God through both work and worship.
Dear God, may your holiness not only wash clean our spirits, but also strengthen us to be true disciples of Christ, our Lord.
Lord of us all, may our souls be fully receptive to your message for us today.
Heavenly Creator, shine the light of your love on each of us today. May your love be in us and through us as we worship.
Creator God, we ask for renewal only you can supply. Thank you for your grace.
We strive to make the Lord’s house a place of joy. With joy, we welcome you and pray that you are filled with hope and happiness as you lift up your heart to God.
May God’s Holy Spirit touch each of us today and inspire us to extend our hands in friendship to one another. Welcome, children of God!
May we all be refreshed by the presence of the Spirit and by fellowship with one another. Let us greet each other with a kind and joyful welcome.
May God’s Holy Spirit touch each of us today and inspire us to extend our hands in friendship to one another. Welcome, children of God.
With warm acceptance we greet you in the name of Christ. Let us strive to show love to our Creator and to one another as we gather as God’s family.
Happy Father’s Day! We affirm the importance of good fathers on earth as we worship our perfect Father in heaven as his beloved children.
Open our ears and hearts to receive your Word of Truth today as it comes to us through Scripture, preaching, music and the fellowship of faith.
God offers each of us acceptance and love. Let us pass that love to others. In Christ’s name, welcome!
It is with delight that we welcome all worshipers. May your spirit be fed and may the Lord’s hand rest upon us all as we worship God in sincerity and in truth.
"When the day of Pentecost had come, they were all together in one place" (Acts 2:1, NRSV) We pray that the Holy Spirit may empower us and unify us so that we are truly "one in Christ."
Quiet us, dear Lord, so that in our time here, we may not miss any directions you have for us.
On this Mother’s Day, in the spirit of Mary, Jesus’ mother, we proclaim: "Here am I, the servant of the Lord.” (Luke 1:38, NRSV)"
We’re blessed by the presence of each person here today. Welcome to worship, in Jesus’ name!
The glory of the Lord abides with us. We welcome all who have come to lift up their hearts and minds to Almighty God, our loving Creator.
We welcome everyone to worship today. Let us all love one another, just as Christ unconditionally loves us.
Thank you for joining us for worship as we continue to celebrate the Easter season and rejoice in Jesus’ resurrection.
Welcome to worship in the name of God’s beloved Son, Jesus Christ, our risen Lord and Savior.
"God so loved the world that he gave his only Son..." (John 3:16) to offer eternal life for all. God does not condemn you; God reaches out to embrace you. Welcome!
"I will sing of your steadfast love, O Lord, forever; with my mouth I will proclaim your faithfulness to all generations." (Psalm 89:1, NRSV)
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All week we face trials and temptations, Lord. During this worship service, strengthen us to meet the days ahead, relying on your goodness in our lives.
"Lord, it is good that we are here!" (Matthew 17:4, ESV) Open our hearts to listen to your beloved Son
In the name of the Prince of Peace, we welcome each worshiper. We invite you to participate fully in worship and in fellowship afterward.
Everlasting God, help us to renew our spiritual strength as we worship.
Christ’s light shines in our darkness; God’s love conquers hate; Spirit-given faith is stronger than fear. So we gather to praise the all-powerful Lord of Life. Welcome!
Rejoice, brothers and sisters, as we serve God in the New Year. May our hearts overflow with love for God and for one another. Reach out in Christian love to welcome one another.
What a friend we have in Jesus! Christ has befriended us. Let us befriend one another by extending our hands in Christian fellowship. Welcome to all.
Lord, may each of us recognize and follow your will for us during the New Year.
Happy New Year! Welcome, one and all, as we enter a new year of life, secure in Jesus!