Saviour of All Fellowship's gentle ministry

I’m always happy when I get an envelope of newsletters from the Saviour of All Fellowship. Even though you can read them online now — not always the case — there’s something about getting the letter. I need to put a check in the mail to them.

Each month is one side of a leaf (I wonder if some people get the newsletters monthly rather than bundled) with a bit of biblical instruction, an encouraging word and some news (like a conference or a death notice). It is written like a letter and always stays on topic: praising God and instructing the people on our final and complete salvation. Most Unitarian Universalists will find their theology odd, but I suspect those who find their way here will find something endearing.

The model, from a church communications point of view, is worth considering. I can imagine many small churches could dispense with the mini-magazine format and put out a well-made, timely and tightly constructed letter instead.

One Reply to “Saviour of All Fellowship's gentle ministry”

  1. Hello Scott!
    Thanks for the very nice plug.
    We send out the SAF newsletter (freely) sometimes once a month and, sometimes to save on expenses, send it out after a couple of months. So if anyone gets 2 or more issues at one time, it is due to not having gotten the newsletter for a month or so. This goes for all on the mailing list.

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