Dear <<First Name>>
Welcome to the United Reformed Church’s Daily Devotions. We have been delighted to welcome you, and around 300 other people, to this email list over the last week. Many of you have joined after seeing us on Songs of Praise today.
Each morning, at 6am, we send out an email containing a reading, reflection and short prayer to around 3,000 people. These are written by a team of around 120 writers reflecting different places and perspectives – mainly from within the United Reformed Church. At the moment we are reading the book of Ruth together.
Sometimes Spam Filters are a little over zealous. You can avoid our emails going into Spam by adding email@example.com to your contact list and, if your email programme has one, your Safe Senders list. If you don’t get an email one morning, do check your Junk folder! You can unsubscribe at any point by clicking on the link at the bottom of each email, you can update your email address or change to seeing the Devotions in HTML format (rather like a webpage) or in Plain Text (rather like an old fashioned typed page) format by clicking on the “update mailing preferences” link too.
You can catch up with earlier Devotions by clicking here to see our archive site. Here it is also possible to download a pdf version of the Devotions formatted as a Booklet. Some people prefer to read them on paper and others make them available in their churches to people without access to the internet. Please let me know if you’d like to be added to the distribution list for this electronic booklet version.
If you saw us on Songs of Praise today you may be interested to know that the Rev’d Dr Susan Durber who was on the programme with me is one of our writers too.
Please do let me know how you find the Devotions – it’s always useful to get feedback. If you think they are useful in your Discipleship why not tell a friend and refer them to our website here so they can have a look and sign up too!
with every good wish
The Rev’d Andy Braunston
Coordinator, Daily Devotions from the URC Project