When you think of church signs, it typically conjures an image of a marquee sign with witty Bible humor and worship hours. As the signage experts, we know there’s more to church signs than meets the eye. When operating a church, there are a number of signs that are required by law that must be displayed. These required signs, along with other commonly displayed signage, help maintain a safe worship environment while providing necessary information to patrons and visitors. These standard signs are often taken for granted, so we’re here to help shine the light on them so you won’t overlook what you need displayed in your church building.
Businesses, Churches and Capital
It’s fairly obvious that while businesses chase profits and growth, churches have a totally different aim. Regardless of the denomination or creed most churches are in the business of saving souls and bettering people. Despite the huge difference in the underlying goal there is a commonality between churches and businesses that many overlook, and even non-profits, they all need cash and capital to achieve their goals!
More Missionaries … More Banners
With the October 2012 announcement by Mormon leader Thomas S. Monson that Mormon missionary age requirements would change to 18 years old for males and 19 years old for females the LDS Church has seen a huge increase in the number of missionaries. As recently as July 2014 the Deseret News, a Salt Lake City newspaper, reported that missionaries worldwide would peak at nearly 88,000. Far higher than the approximately 60,000 missionary figure that was the rough average over the last decade. (more…)
We don’t know about you, but we are awfully excited that summer is finally right around the corner! With summer comes BBQs, block parties, and many other events. It’s also a great time for churches to hold events to strengthen the community and grow the congregation. But, it’s no secret that churches don’t exactly have extensive budgets. With so many worthy places to put that money, promoting an upcoming church event often becomes an afterthought. To get the most out of your church’s event, we’ve detailed several low-cost (and even no cost!) ways to effectively promote any happenings before, during, and after. (more…)
Churchgoers are now considered a minority in the United States. More and more people are giving other things — sleeping in, going to sporting events, shopping, etc. — priority over attending their church service. (more…)