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For more than 50 years, the Episcopal Church street sign has been used by thousands of churches to welcome congregants and visitors. Far more than decorative, identifying signage is a valuable strategy for today’s churches to maintain visibility and a distinct “brand” for continued growth and development.

Signs are made of heavy-duty aluminum and come with a limited 10-year warranty. As the preferred vendor for branded merchandise, including the Episcopal Church Welcomes You sign, our priority is attention to detail, quality products, and exceptional customer service.

  This pricing is a guideline & reflects standard sign production. Custom specifications, such as alternate hole drilling, may change pricing. o Scroll Bracket – $50.00 o Welcomes You Sign: Aluminum 1-side sign 24″w x 30″h – $300.00 o Welcomes You Sign: Aluminum 2-side sign 24″w x 30″h, same print both sides – $300.00 o Welcomes You Sign: Aluminum 2-side sign 24″wx30″h, different print each side – $400.00 o Bottom Hanger Sign: Aluminum bottom hanger sign 24″w x 8″h, 1-side sign – $125.00 o Bottom Hanger Sign: Aluminum bottom hanger sign 24″w x 8″h, 2-side sign – $150.00 o Bottom Hanger Sign: Anglican Communion hanger sign 24″w x 8″h – $125.00 o Graphic Design Edits (Past 1st allowable edit requested after proof review): $50.00 per edit
  • Currently, there is a $7.50 surcharge added per sign due to U.S. tariffs on the aluminum required to produce the signs.
*Clips for hanging included Caribiner hanger clips are stainless steel selected in consideration of applications exposed to coastal salt air and cold climate deicing salt. The sign’s white background tends to not show that white to grayish white color of corrosive salt build-up, so it is recommended the sign and metal attachments be washed at least a couple times a year. Mounting holes drilled into the signs are stainless steel grommeted to provide added protection from weather-related wear. Signs are available with either a blue or red header & footer, with or without directional arrows. Here are examples of signs we’ve produced: