CHURCH NEWSLETTER SAMPLES
15 examples of church newsletters - Communicate Jesus
Nov 11, 2010Stonebriar Community Church. A full-colour magazine-style newsletter, with articles from several of the staff, and a calendar that’s broken down by audience. Download newsletter; Visit website; Church of the Open Door. Includes a preview of what to expect in the coming months, plus catching up with members who no longer attend the church.Redeemer Presbyterian ChurchIt's six pages and quite text heavy, but there are some meaty articles for regulars and newcomers to get their teeth into. 1. Download newsletter 2..St Paul's Anglican ChurchThis newsletter makes use of sermon artwork, has details of the service for this week and next, contact details for ministry leaders, and lots of o..St Paul's Anglican Church GinninderraIncludes a ‘thought for the month', and a history of one of the ministries of the church, as well as a summary of proceedings at the recent Parish..Lower Mountains Anglican ParishA collection of prayer points, plus a mention of a member who had won a major songwriter's prize! I think it's great to see a newsletter sharing fa..Tenth Presbyterian ChurchIncludes an order of service, a warning about not taking the Lord's Supper seriously, and a ‘project of the month' – amongst a range of other usefu..Stonebriar Community ChurchA full-colour magazine-style newsletter, with articles from several of the staff, and a calendar that's broken down by audience. 1. Download newsle..Crossroads Christian ChurchI love the optimism on this newsletter – it includes a tear-off slip for newcomers, and the first check box says ‘I'd like to become a Christian'!..Willetton Christian Reformed ChurchIncludes details of members celebrating their birthdays (a nice personal touch!), and the church rosters. 1. Download newsletter 2. Visit websiteSe..
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10+ Best Church Newsletter Templates. The church is a place of worship, quite a place we visit nearly every Sunday to worship God, give Him thanks for the previous week, and dedicate the coming week into his hand and so much more. The church has always been a