In these trying times, Americans can still count on their churches to provide guidance and levity… albeit from a safe distance.
With the vast majority of religious institutions having pressed pause on in-person services during the coronavirus pandemic, many have turned to the Internet and their signs to share the good word, often with a much-needed dose of humor.
Via their requisite marquee signs, churches like Joplin Calvary Church of the Nazarene in Joplin, Missouri (above) are delighting motorists with their coronavirus-related messages. From toilet paper jokes to reminders to wash your hands, our churches never fail to make us smile. Keep scrolling for a few of our favorite signs
Live. Love. Laugh. Lysol. What more could you need right now?
Sharing is caring, especially when it comes to toilet paper:
Here are two welcome reminders:
Now this is what we call marketing:
Hey @edstetzer I thought you might like this sign. My friend @TanyaColeA’s husband is the pastor and a jokester. Church is in Union Grove, #alabama just outside of #huntsville. #churchsign #churchfunny #methodist #greattoiletpapershortage pic.twitter.com/aoXpFUlP6L— Tanya Hendrix (@TanyaHallford) March 14, 2020
This Lent-related joke hits it right on the nose:
Our new favorite Bible passage:
Thanks for the smiles, and please, keep ‘em coming!