I probably don't need to tell you how important light is to a church. Light, of course, is a powerful metaphor – that's the reason all churches have tended to try to add more illumination to their proceedings. Starting with the move from dark and cramped gothic cathedrals to the airy and spacious churches of the Renaissance, and continuing with ever more impressive uses of stained glass to catch the sunlight... a bright church is a welcoming church.
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Adaptive Display's Digital Signage Blog
Church attendance is down, congregations everywhere are having trouble making ends meet, and with the economy still rough, a lot of people just don't have much to give. Yet, the good work must continue.
Today's church is a fast paced hub for the entire community. Whether your church is a small rural one or based in a booming city, it likely offers multiple services, classes and opportunities that need to be broadcast to the residents in your area. Many churches are getting away from traditional marquee church signs that offer limited space and banners, or corrugated signs that are costly and only carry one message.