25+ Free Social Media Templates for Churches for February

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25+ Free Social Media Templates for Churches for February

In a world where a picture is worth a thousand words, being able to quickly create beautiful and professional visuals is essential. Knowing and mastering clever tools is therefore an obvious asset for communicating effectively on social networks. We know you are crunched for resources and time and most often do not know how to manage multiple social media channels, even though you had planned it all along. This is where we come in. We have a team of content curators and designers that have come up with free, editable templates you can edit or use as is to engage with you online community.

All you need to do is right click and save the images and copy the text, we will even tell you when to post these templates! Let’s get started.

February 2021 – Black History Month

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We proudly celebrate Black History Month, also known as African American History Month. Throughout the month, we celebrate the achievements by African Americans and recognize their central role in U.S. history.

February 1 – First Day of February

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Happy February! Did you know the word February comes from the Latin word februa, which was a Roman festival of purification.

February 2 – Presentation of the Lord

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Today the Church celebrates the feast of the Presentation of the Lord which occurs forty days after the birth of Jesus.

February 2 – Groundhog Day – V1 (saw shadow)

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It’s official! Punxsutawney Phil saw his shadow so six more weeks of winter! Bundle up! #Groundhog Day.

February 2 – Groundhog Day – V2 (didn’t see shadow)

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It’s official! Punxsutawney Phil didn’t see his shadow. Bring on Spring! #Groundhog Day.

February 2 – World Day of Prayer for Consecrated Life

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On this the World Day of Prayer for Consecrated life, we humbly ask that you take time to pray for all the women and men who have answered the call of God and made commitments to their religious vocation.

February 3 – Feast of St. Blaise

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Today is the Feast day of St. Blaise. On this day the church traditionally does the “Blessing of the Throat” in his honor. “Through the intercession of St. Blaise, bishop and martyr, may God deliver you free from every disease of the throat, and from every other disease. In the name of the Father and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit. Amen.”

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Today is the Feast day of St. Blaise. On this day the church traditionally does the “Blessing of the Throat” in his honor.

February 4 – World Cancer Day

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Today is #WorldCancerDay, a day dedicated to raise worldwide attention and inspire action for a cancer-free future.

February 5 – Feast of St. Agatha

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St. Agatha is the patron saint against fire. Take this day to establish or review your fire escape plan for the family and to practice a family fire drill. Also check the smoke detectors, fire alarms, and carbon monoxide detectors to see if they are all working. Saint Agatha, Pray for Us!

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Today is the feat of St. Agatha. Saint Agatha, Pray for Us!

February 6 – Feast of St. Paul Miki & Companions

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Paul Miki, a Japanese Jesuit, and his twenty-five companions were martyred in Nagasaki, Japan. They were the first martyrs of East Asia to be canonized. St, Paul Miki, Pray for Us!

February 7 – Superbowl Sunday

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It’s Superbowl Sunday! Who are you rooting for?

February 8 – St. Jerome Emiliani

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St. Jerome converted to Christianity in his youth and dedicated himself to the service of the poor, the sick, and abandoned children. St. Jerome, Pray for Us!

February 8 – St. Josephine Bakhita

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Born in Olgossa in the Darfur region of southern Sudan, Josephine was kidnapped at the age of seven and sold into slavery. Once freed, she joined the convent and made her profession in 1896. She was canonized in 2000. On her feast day today we pray for the end of human trafficking.

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Today is the feast day of St. Josephine Bakhita. St. Josephine, Pray for Us!

February 9 – National Pizza Day

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It’s National Pizza Day! What is your favorite pizza topping?

February 10 – St. Scholastica

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Today is the feast of St. Scholastica. Tradition holds that at her death, St. Scholastica’s soul ascended to heaven in the form of a dove. St. Scholastica, Pray for Us!

February 11 – World Day for the Sick

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Today is World Day for the Sick. We pray for all those who are sick and suffering, especially those impacted by the Coronavirus. We ask the Lord to bless them, their caregivers and their family. If your loved one is sick, share their name below or send us a direct message and we will add them to our prayer intentions.

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Today is World Day for the Sick. We pray for all those who are sick and suffering, especially those impacted by the Coronavirus. We ask the Lord to bless them, their caregivers, and their families.

February 14 – Valentines Day

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Happy Valentine’s Day! Spread love today and everyday!

February 14 – World Marriage Day

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Today , on the day synonymous with Love, we celebrate World Marriage Day. We pray for all married couples and ask for blessings upon them.an Americans and recognize their central role in U.S. history.

February 15 – Presidents Day

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We proudly celebrate Black History Month, also known as African American History Month. Throughout the month, we celebrate the achievements of African Americans and recognize their central role in U.S. history.

February 17 – Ash Wednesday

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Today marks the beginning of Lent. Celebrate Ash Wednesday with us [insert times]. Share a selfie with your ashes below!

February 21 – First Sunday of Lent

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Lent is a journey, a time to examine our faith and deepen our commitment to live a Christian life. Through self-reflection and sacrifice we can grow spiritually. How will you renew your commitment to prayer, fasting and almsgiving this season?

February 22 – The Chair of St. Peter

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The Feast of the Chair of St. Peter celebrates the papacy and St. Peter as the first bishop of Rome.

February 23 – St. Polycarp, Bishop & Martyr

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St. Polycarp, Pray for Us!

February 26 – St. Peter Damian, Bishop and Doctor of the Church

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St. Peter Damien, Pray for Us!

February 28 – Second Sunday of Lent

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As we celebrate the Second Sunday of Lent, take time to reflect on how you are doing during with your Lenten sacrifice and commitments.

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