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Ladies and Gentlemen,
I greet you in the name of Jesus Christ, our Lord and Savior. As the newly appointed General Overseer of this wonderful congregation, I warmly welcome you all to today's service.
I am both humbled and privileged to have been chosen to lead this church family. I recognize the immense responsibility that comes with this role, and I am deeply committed to guiding this congregation in the spirit of love, unity, and service to God.
As we gather here today, let us reflect on the beauty and diversity amongst us; the wonderful gifts and talents that each one of us brings to this congregation. I invite each and every one of you to fully contribute these gifts and talents to the work of the Lord; to uplifting our community, bringing love to our neighbors and revealing God's grace in every corner of our lives.
I am excited about the journey that lies ahead for us. A journey of spiritual growth, of deepening our relationship with God, and of working together to be the hands and feet of Jesus Christ in our community. I assure you that my primary aim is to be a servant-leader who inspires, encourages and guides in pedagogy of Christ.
May we develop a hunger for God's word, cultivate a heart for worship and foster a culture of love and service. I urge you to join hands and hearts with me, as we walk this path together.
In closing, I would like to express my gratitude for the warm welcome I have received from this community. I am overjoyed to embark on this faith-filled journey with each one of you, as we build upon the solid foundation laid by those who have served before us.
May God bless this church; may his spirit dwell amongst us and guide us in all that we do. Welcome once again to this service, let us worship in truth and spirit, as we magnify our God together.
We thank our Lord in heaven, for giving us the gift of life and His grace is sufficient.