1) Hold a “Throwback” Service: If you have a church with senior adults in attendance, they will love it. Do a little research into your church’s history and try to replicate how they used hold services years ago. If available, enlarge pictures from decades past, especially if you can include pictures of current senior members as children.
2) Bring back a former minister: Most churches love to see some of their previous pastors. Get in touch with a few of them to see if they are available to attend and possible deliver the day’s message.
3) Celebrate your history weekend: Instead of calling it homecoming, come up with a neat name so you can celebrate past milestones or achievements. Be creative and involve several long-time members to help in planning.
4) Luncheon: Churches love to fellowship and eat together. Plan a lunch after your special weekend service.
5) Special musical group: Change your service up one weekend by adding some time to your normal worship with a special band or musical group to come and sing.Are you celebrating Homecoming this fall? If so, do you have any suggestions to make it more interesting or well attended? Let us know in the comments section below!
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Our 125th Homecoming Celebration is October 13th. I want to some type ofmemory project for children to do to honor occasion.
Our historian got video of log cabin that was the church.
FOR ME THIS IS MY FIRST HOMECOMING WITH THIS CHURCH AND I’M DOING THE OCCASION! HOWEVER I DIDN’T GROW UP TOO FAR FROM THIS CHURCH AND I KNOW MOST OF THE MEMBERS. 😉 I AM LOOKING FORWARD TO CELEBRATING THIS HOMECOMING WITH EVERYONE! THERE WILL BE A FORMER PASTOR, GOOD EATING AND HISTORY!🥰 THANKS FOR YOUR SUGGESTIONS, THEY’LL BE GREAT FOR NEXT YEAR! 👍😁😊😘☺️