Church Signs That Give a Favorable Impression

Thom Rainer
Thom Rainer

I was recently in a church that had several signs posted about not bringing food or drinks in the worship center. I asked a guest what he thought of the signs. His response was telling: “I think they are telling me they don’t want to clean up my mess.”

From that perspective, the sign was a negative sign for the church. At least from one person’s point of view it meant, “Don’t bother us.”

Many churches, however, have positive signs posted around the church facilities. Unless you are a curmudgeon, these signs would give you a favorable impression of the church. My comments after each sign reflect the message it would likely communicate.

  1. Guest parking. We welcome guests at our church. We want to treat you like a guest in our home and demonstrate our hospitality.
  2. Allergy alert. These are the snacks we will be serving your children. We care about them and their wellbeing. If they have allergy problems, we will gladly offer them an alternative snack.
  3. Expectant/young mother parking. We care about families. We especially understand the challenges young mothers have, and we hope this convenient parking helps a bit.

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