How to write a religious Christmas card
How to write a religious Christmas card

How to write a religious Christmas card

Over 2 billion people from 160 different countries celebrate Christmas every single year. In the United States, 9 in 10 people celebrate the holiday – even if they are not religious in any way. The majority celebrate Christmas as a cultural holiday, but it’s important to not forget those who celebrate it as a religious one.

Christians view Christmas as a special time of year as they celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ. December 25th has become a very commercialized holiday so it’s easy to forget its religious roots. It’s crucial to remember the meaning of Christmas and to show your support to those celebrating it as a religious holiday.

One simple way to restore its meaning is to send a Christmas card with a Christian message or verse in there. Use these examples to help come up with the wording for the perfect religious Christmas card.

How to write a religious Christmas card

For Those Who Are Religious

Christmas is a religious festival for billions around the world, so don’t be afraid to include religious messaging in your cards. If they’re a Christian or a person of faith, they will appreciate the thought behind a religious message.

  • “Blessings to you this holiday season”
  • “I send peace, love and prayers to your family this Christmas”
  • “Joy to the world, the Lord has come! Wishing you a very blessed Christmas from our family to yours”
  • “May our Lord endow you with good health, happiness and success this Christmas”
  • “Merry Christmas! May our God’s love be with you”
  • “Christ is born! Have a Christmas full of love and prayers.
  • “Count your blessings one by one and see what God has done! Merry Christmas!”
  • “Our Lord loves you, and I do too. I pray that you feel loved this Christmas.”
  • “God gave his greatest gift to us on that first Christmas Day and he has continued to bless us ever since.”
  • “I have only one wish, and it’s that we continue to rejoice and celebrate the birth and sacrifice of our savior until next Christmas.”

How to write a religious Christmas card

For Those Who Aren’t Religious

As we mentioned in our intro, a large percentage of people celebrate Christmas as a secular holiday instead of a religious holiday. There are plenty of ways to include non-religious messaging while sticking to Christmas traditions in your Christmas cards.

  • “Here’s to drinking too much, eating too much, and doing very little this holiday season”
  • “Season’s greetings and best wishes for the New Year ahead”
  • “Best wishes to you and your family this Christmas”
  • “May your holiday season be filled with love, laughter and too many gifts”
  • “Tis the season to be jolly!”
  • “I hope this festive season brings you joy and wonderful things”
  • “You do not need to be a Christian to celebrate Christmas because this holiday season is for everyone. Merry Christmas!”
  • “Sharing the holiday season together is the greatest gift of all”
  • “May the lights of the season bring you warmth and joy”
  • “Christmas isn’t about what you receive – it’s about the love you give. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to you”


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