Church banners are a visible reminder of God’s love and grace, inspiring people to worship God. A church can adapt their banners to the particular style of the congregation and to what would encourage and give joy to them most.
In Psalm 15:13, the Bible says, “A merry heart makes a cheerful countenance.” Our church banners come in a variety of colors, styles, and symbols all created to inspire joy and praise in the church atmosphere. These colors are normally white, black, blue, purple, yellow, green, silver, orange, red, or gold. Whatever color you choose will add to the symbolism and style of the banner.
The banners also vary in shape and appearance. According to your own choice, they can be hung on walls, or raised like flags. Size can also be varied. Most church banners have common symbols like crowns, jewels, or bold lettering. These symbols can be altered to correspond with the personality of your congregation.
In Biblical times, a flag was an important part of the culture. Different banners were used by different tribes and also used to rally armies to battle. When raised high, they were a symbol of rejoicing and victory. In today’s world, church banner ministries apply them in similar ways by using them to create a joyful and colorful atmosphere during worship. Ministries that center on praising and giving glory to God are popular and well-loved.