With all of the traveling I get to do, driving past churches and synagogues are a daily occurrence. Many of them have these kind of glass covered signs with removable plastic letters. Some of the churches just describe the worship service for that week, the theme of the service and the time it will be held. A lot of them add some kind of message intended for everyone, no matter to what religious faith or denomination the person driving by belongs. Most of the messages on the signs can apply to everyone, and there are times when individual church signs don't always convey a religious message, but just a friendly greeting to all passersby, such as the one from St. Matthews Lutheran Church in Mount Carmel, Pennsylvania, along US Highway 61: "Autumn Leaves are Summer's Way of Waving Goodbye."
After driving past so many of these signs, and seeing some particularly enlightening, encouraging, and entertaining messages on them, I decided to share some with the visitors to the Tavern through these photos. The next time you take a trip down some two-lane road, or through a town or city, pay attention to the church signs. You never know what kind of message is waiting there for you.