Banners are a great way to tell the community about events at your church or greet visitors as they enter your building.
Our banners can be used to decorate inside your sanctuary, or auditorium and can also be used to guide people to different classes and areas throughout your building. If you're adding a welcome center to your church, a banner is a great way to make the area stand out to visitors. Our outdoor church banners are great for inviting people to events at your church and guiding guests to special parking just for them. With multiple material and finishing options, our customized church banners are a great way to spread the news about your church and events.
Banners Options Include
Customized for your specific needs
Available in various sizes depending on your needs
Indoor and outdoor banners available
Indoor banners printed on a 15 oz. curl free film
Outdoor banners printed on a 13 oz. or 18 oz. Outdoor Vinyl.
Grommet Holes when requested
Pole Pockets on the top and bottom when requested
Banner stands available
Yard signs available in multiple materials depending on your needs
Canvas prints are great for decorating the inside of your church
We’ve been seeing a lot of TV show reboots lately. Fuller House (a take on the 80’s show Full House) seems to be the most popular one over the last few years, but there are many that have been released, and many more in the works. These reboots take favorite old classics that no one really watches anymore and tweak them a bit, bringing new stories and excitement, and a fresh new group of fans.
As we enter a new year and start to set new goals for our churches, we often look to our vision and mission statements to help guide our strategy. But what if our vision is kind of like that old classic TV show? It had its day, but now it’s kind of outdated and irrelevant—no one gets excited about it or inspired to action. Could it be that your vision statement needs a reboot?
Halloween can be a controversial topic in church circles. Some choose not to celebrate the holiday because of its associations with the devil, paganism, and evil. Many churches choose to not take a firm stance on the holiday, but encourage families to do what they think is best for their own children.