Children Say "Thank You Pastor!"

by Joyce Durkin
(Buxton, Maine)

Children Express Pastor Appreciation

Children Express Pastor Appreciation

Children Sunday School Class Activity

Sunday School activity led to a great expression of appreciation to the pastor by our children.

Spontaneous Affirmation Of Gratitude

An affirmation of gratitude was shown to our Pastor today. You see, a very spontaneous and simple act of love and kindness took place this morning during our church worship service.

Children Express Pastor Appreciation

I had purchased a Pastor Appreciation Card for our Pastor and his family. Because I am a children's Sunday School teacher, I brought the card to Sunday School this morning and explained to all the children that we were expressing love to our pastor for Pastor Appreciation Sunday.

I explained how this was a very special day for our Pastor and his family because we as a church would honor them.

Well, to make a long story short, all the children and teachers signed the card with a short loving message of gratitude and their names.

Changing The Order Of Service

Our pastor appreciation card was presented to our Pastor following the "Children's Chat Time".

After being dismissed to return back to their classes, the younger ones plus all the teachers, but instead of leaving, walked up single file up to the pulpit to greet our Pastor.

In front of the entire congregation, we all gave our Pastor a big hug and big "Thank You, Pastor!". Our Pastor was speechless!........... :-)

An Atmosphere Of Praise At A Little Church In The Woods

Many blessings were flowing within our little church in the woods as we celebrated this fact -- God is great and so is our wonderful Pastor and his family!

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