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At CallingPost, we work hard to make sure everyone stays connected all through the year.  This Christmas, we want to help you do your best to bring everyone home to Church.

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At a loss for words?  Here are some sample messages to send out to church members this Christmas season.

Christmas Message to the Church:

I would like to take a moment to wish you a very Merry Christmas. During this season, we will be celebrating Hope, Peace, Love and Joy; I pray that all four of these would fill your life in every way this Christmas and beyond.  I am grateful to God. This Christmas, as in all previous years, we celebrate “Immanuel” (God with us). Without Christ’s presence among us we would be lost. Through God’s presence working within us we are being healed, transformed, reconciled and made whole. I pray you have a fantastic Christmas.


Christmas Message to Church Volunteers:

I would like to take a moment to say thank you.  I am so grateful for how you have served so sacrificially this past year. Whether it’s leading groups; shepherding children; serving coffee; setting up for worship; playing music; serving on a mission trip, or any one of the countless other (usually unseen) tasks that keep our community running, I am grateful. Thank you so much for all you do!  Have a very merry Christmas.


Christmas Message to Visitors over the past year:

Some folks miss the point of Christmas. Oh, decorations are displayed. Parties are attended. Gifts are bought and exchanged, but somehow it never dawns on them that it is someone’s birthday and that someone is Jesus Christ.

Matthew 1:21 says, “She shall bear a Son; and you shall call His name Jesus, for it is He who will save His people from their sins.”  Have you missed Christmas because you’ve missed Jesus Christ? He is God’s gift to you. Jesus Christ the Savior came to forgive us and cleanse us of all our sins.

Finally, don’t miss our Christmas Eve candlelit service at ______ PM on December 24th. Invite your family and friends and let’s celebrate the miracle, the joy and the wonder of Christmas together.


Need to Send Out Invitations for your Church This Years?  Here are 3 Christmas Invitations to Send This Christmas Season.


Invitation to Christmas Eve Service

Peace, hope, joy, love.  These are not just words on cards you get every December.  They’re things we need but often can’t find.  Join us as we share how you can find them.  You are invited this Christmas Eve to encounter Immanuel, “God with us.”  Join us for an evening of carols and refreshments to celebrate the season with your friends and neighbors.  We will be meeting at the church at   (time)   PM on the 24th.  I hope to see you there.

Invitation to a Live Nativity

Experience the joy of the first Christmas.  I invite you to join me as we witness the wonder of the very first Christmas.  The live dramatic presentation is returning to   (church name)_.  This is our gift to the community.  It will be taking place in front of our church at   (church address)   on   (First Date)  through   (end date)     starting at   (time)     PM each night.  We will have authentic costumes, live animals and free food.  I hope to see you there.

Invitation to Sunday School (small group) Christmas Party

Luke 2:11 says, “For unto you is born this day in the city of David a Savior, who is Christ the Lord.”  Come celebrate with the _______ class as we celebrate the birth of our Savior, Jesus, on   (Date)  .  We will be gathering at  (Address)   from  (Beginning Time)   to  (Ending Time)    .  We will enjoy snacks, drinks and each other.  Remember to bring a fun present (no more than $10) for the white elephant gift exchange.  Please rsvp by calling (____) _____-_______, or going to our Team Site at  (URL – Web Address)  .  I look forward to spending the evening with you.


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