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Ministry Basics: Good, Quality Signage

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Good signage in a must-have in kidmin.  Not only does good, quality signage add a touch of decor to your space but it also helps families navigate their way through your ministry area.

Last summer, our ministry had new logos designed (one for each of our 4 ministry areas) and those logos were a part of new signage for our entire Children’s Ministry space.

Here are a few of the signs that were added to our space:

Our ministry has two entryways; this is the sign above one of them

Our ministry has two entryways; this is the sign above one of them

Nursery entrance sign

Nursery entrance sign

One of my favorite walls - leads to our Preschool area

One of my favorite walls – leads to our Preschool area

Pre-K room sign

Pre-K room sign

Across the hall from our Preschool classrooms is a corresponding wall sign

Across the hall from our Preschool classrooms is a corresponding wall sign

One of our directional signs

One of our directional signs

Another directional sign

Another directional sign

Children's Library sign

Children’s Library sign

Sign above our Elementary Ministry entrance

Sign above our Elementary Ministry entrance

Directional sign to our Preteen Ministry area

Directional sign to our Preteen Ministry area

If you look closely, you’ll see that we were not afraid to use bright, kid-friendly colors on the walls.  We’ll save the story behind that for another post.

In the meantime…How do you use signage in your kidmin?  Share below – pictures are welcome!

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About the Author

Kathie Phillips is the Director of Children’s Ministry at Central Presbyterian Church in Baltimore, Maryland. Married to Lance and mom to Daniel and Kennedy, Kathie shares practical tips and inspiration for kidmin leaders, volunteers and families each week on her blog, KidMinspiration.com.