The Fathers Day Bulletins - Covers for your church to download and print for Fathers Day are available free for your Fathers Day church activities, etc. 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at your convenience.
The Church Bulletin Covers are a great way to show your fathers the true meaning of Fathers Day.
History of Fathers Day
Fathers Day is a day on which people of many different countries express gratitude, love and appreciation for their fathers by giving them gifts or greeting cards. Fathers Day falls on the 3rd Sunday in June in the United States and Canada.
In 1909, Sonora Louise Smart Dodd of Spokane, Washington got the idea to set aside a special day to honor fathers after listening to a sermon on Mothers Day. She wanted to honor her father, William Jackson Smart.
Through Sonora Dodd's many efforts, Spokane celebrated the 1st Fathers Day on June 19, 1910. Over the years, many resolutions to make the day an official national holiday were introduced. Finally, in 1972, President Richard Nixon signed Fathers Day into law.
"And, ye fathers, provoke not your children to wrath: but bring them up in the nurture and admonition of the Lord." Ephesians 6:4
There is an explosion of communication tools for churches today including the Sunday Church Bulletins for Fathers Day, Mothers Day, or any church event that needs to be communicated to the members, visitors, etc. They make great tools for members, visitors, etc. to use them to catch up on what is going on in the events, ministry, etc.
A great tip when creating your church bulletins is to never cram it so full that your members, visitors and/or readers feel so overwhelmed with way too much information. Include some white spaces and include pictures to help keep them interested and also to help make the reading more enjoyable for the person(s) reading them. Also keep in mind, you might want to cater to your elderly people by enlarging your font on your bulletins because they might have forgot to bring their reading glasses.
If your church participates in Fathers Day, you will probably need one or more of the free church bulletins below...