As a shepherd leads his flock, the Lord has led us here. God has tender words for us. Welcome into his loving presence
O Lord, there are not enough words of thanks for all your blessings. Our hearts overflow in praise and worship!
Grace to you and peace from our Lord Jesus Christ! Welcome one and all to worship and fellowship in His name
'O taste and see that the LORD is good, happy are those who take refuge in him.' (Ps 34:8, NRSV). Welcome to worship, where the LORD feeds us with his Word and shelters us in his love.
Creator God, we ask for renewal only you can supply. Thank you for your grace.
Welcome to worship in the Lord's name! Please greet one another with the love and peace made known to us in Jesus Christ.
It is with great pleasure that we welcome each worshiper. Please join in extending a friendly handshake to those who are near you.
The abundance of your steadfast love prompts us to worship you, dear Creator. Keep our minds and hearts focused on you.
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
On this Fourth of July weekend, we joyfully celebrate our nation's birth. We are pleased that you've come to praise God, who richly blesses our beloved country.
God offers each of us acceptance and love. Let us pass that love to others. In Christ's name, welcome!
Open our ears and hearts to receive your Word of Truth today as it comes to us through Scripture, preaching, music and fellowship of faith.
Our help "comes from the LORD, who made heaven and earth" (Ps. 121:2, NRSV). Come, dear Lord; touch us with your Holy Spirit.
Beloved in Christ, welcome to worship and Christian fellowship! The presence of each person here is a blessing.
The Holy Spirit created the church on earth and welcomes everyone into it, with all our differences. So, we, too, welcome you to this fellowship of faith.
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!
Welcome! We worship in the name of the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit. May God bless you as we gather before the throne of heaven.
Hallelujah! Welcome to worship as we come together to praise our living Savior! Christ is risen indeed! Hallelujah!
Welcome, as we worship the risen Lord! May we be “of one heart and soul” (Acts 4:32) in love for one another and in praise of Christ.
“Blessed is he who comes in the name of the Lord!” (Mark 11:9, NIV) Blessed are we who worship in His name.
Jesus commands us to love God and neighbor fully (Mark 12:29-31). One way we show love is by welcoming everyone into Christian fellowship.
“I will sing of your steadfast love, O Lord, forever; with my mouth I will proclaim your faithfulness to To all generations.” (Psalm 89:1, NRSV)
“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!
As we rememberyour Transfiguration, Lord, prepare us to grow closer to you so we may glorify and serve you.
Rejoice brothers and sisters, as we serve God in the New Year. May our hearts overflow with love for God and one another. Reach out in Christian love to welcome one another.
Touch us, Lord, that we may all be completely engaged in the service of worship.
Lord, may your life-changing presence fill us today with the power we need to properly serve you.
On this first Sunday after Epiphany, we extend a welcome to all who have come to praise our Creator. We are sincerely happy you have come.
Happy New Year! Welcome, one and all, as we enter a new year of life, secure in Jesus!