I was driving around town today, and began thinking to myself,
“If I never went to church, how would I know when to show up on time?”
Obviously, there exists a multitude of sources to answer this question. Websites, postcards, advertisements, and church signs usually highlight service times, but how many unchurched people in your community actually pay attention to these details? How many Easter-only church attendees premeditate going? How many people wake up Easter morning and feel tradition convicting them to find a church? Either way, they will need to pick a church, know how to get there, but most importantly, know when to show up.
Having contemplated this, I was thrilled to see Creative Pastors post a picture of a gigantic banner highlighting Fellowship Church’s Easter service times. The banner is 90 feet wide by 28 feet tall. In fact, it is so large that they had to get a city permit to display signage of that magnitude. One thing is certain. The crisp sans serif text can’t be missed by anyone who passes their church. It eliminates any additional effort needed to discover when the Easter service is. Fellowship Church (Grapevine, TX) already has great attendance, but I am sure this banner will help their Easter outreach be even better.
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