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What can I say other than welcome?

What can I say other than welcome?

Alternatives to Saying ‘You’re Welcome’ in a Text or Direct Message

  • The pleasure is all mine.
  • It is my pleasure!
  • You’re very welcome.
  • Glad to help!
  • The feeling is mutual.
  • I am happy to be of assistance.
  • No need at all.
  • That’s what good colleagues do.

What do you say when someone welcome you?

When someone says welcome to you, you can say following, depending upon situation:

  1. Thanks. ( Casually)
  2. I’m much obliged (when someone welcoming you is higher in status)
  3. I appreciate your welcome (In relations)
  4. I feel honoured, thanks (Public Speaking)

How do you make new people feel welcome?

Ten Ways to Welcome New Hires on Their First Day at Work

  1. Give your new hire a good tour of the office.
  2. Introduce your new hire to their co-workers and the team.
  3. Set up their workspace.
  4. Give them something to do right away.
  5. Community, community, community.
  6. Take them out to lunch.
  7. Be Patient.
  8. Be available.

How do you welcome someone in your city?

If you’re writing an introduction to a guidebook, for example, or greeting someone on arrival to your city, you would just say “Welcome to our city.” Similarly, you might say, “Welcome to our home” as someone arrives at your home, although that sounds a bit formal, more likely you would just say, “Welcome!”

How do you make someone feel welcome at church?


  1. Every church member is a host and not a guest.
  2. The most important person for a visitor to talk to in order to feel at home in a new church is you.
  3. Treat first time visitors as guests of God, not strangers.
  4. Smile at everyone and offer your hand.
  5. Look people in the eye and smile.

How do you say your welcome speech at church?

I want to take a moment to extend a very warm welcome to everyone who’s visiting us for the first time this morning. Whether you’re just having a look, or are searching out for a place to worship, we’re delighted to have you here.

How do you greet a church audience?

Sample Church Welcome Speech “Good morning (or evening), my dear friends and members of the congregation. I am happy to see all of you on this glorious Sunday morning (or evening). A hearty warm welcome to all as we come together as one, in pray and worship.