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Welcome to our church service today and we are privileged to have visitors in our midst who have come to worship with us and before I invite them to come forward and greet, let me take this opportunity to thank God for the worship hour and thank you all for finding time to come fellowship with us today....
Greetings in Jesus name..
I take this opportunity to extend a warm welcome to each and every one of you who found time to come and fellowship with the rest today. We are happy for this wonderful day and praise God for the love He has for us.
Feel at Jesus feet and God loves us all.
Allow me to greet you in Jesus name.
What a joy today to be in the house of God, we are very happy to have you as our visitors in church and the privilege to worship together because God has given us a promise that where two or three are gathered He is the midst. We praise God for the wonderful love that we are share a love full of energy, the Agape love. Welcome always to our church and feel at Jesus feet.
We take this chance to thank our heavenly Father for this wonderful day that we are sharing together in our church, it's mother's day and it is a day when we recall the role our mothers have played in shaping the gospel not only in our church but beyond the boarder. I want to welcome you all and feel at Jesus feet as we share the love of God
Happy Easter brethren,
We are very happy from the bottom of our hearts to see this occasion that happens once a year, a period like this is when we recall events that led to the salvation and the freedom that we are enjoying today as a church. As we commemorate this day, I want to ask each and every one of us to look into himself or herself and meditate on this wonderful love that God has for us to give us the only son to die for our sins.
Feel at Jesus feet during this day and be blessed. Happy Easter!!!!
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