Do you like our "Love Your Neighbor" banner? How would you like to have one in your front yard?
You will receive a double-sided full-color yard sign, printed on both sides of corrugated plastic, with a 10" x 30" wire stake included. The yard sign measures one (1) foot wide by two (2) feet high.
The cost of shipping is included in the order price.
You can now choose to receive the yard sign in either English or Spanish.
ABOUT THE SIGN:
This sign was originally designed for use as a banner at All Souls Episcopal Church in Washington, DC. Here in DC there are banners and placards about different positions all over the place. One day earlier this year our rector was walking past another church that had posted a banner encouraging people to love people, with a long list of very specific characteristics. It inspired him to design a banner to put in front of our church that would transcend any particular political ideology while still speaking into our present moment . . . living into our founding vision to be a "church for all souls."
The development of our sign coincided rather serendipitously with the sermon our presiding bishop, Michael Curry, offered the world at the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, on May 19, 2018. "Love the neighbor you like and the neighbor you don't like," Bishop Curry preached, as many millions of people around the world were inspired by what Jesus named the second great commandment: "to love thy neighbor as thyself" (Mark 12:28-34 and Matthew 22:35-40).
We hope our banner helps amplify and spread this message and remind us all of the transformative power of love that Jesus taught and modeled.
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We'd love to see what you do with your yard sign! Please send photos of your sign in its new home to email@example.com or tag us on Facebook or Instagram (@AllSoulsDC).
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