Today in the town of David a Savior has been born ; He is Christ the Lord.” – Luke 2:11
This familiar scripture heralding the birth of Christ is displayed on the banner along with a horn and holly. High resolution digital printing on matte-finish, Christmas red, and poplin fabric background features understate design in inspiring color. The 2’ x 8’ banner has 3” pole hems in the top. The height of the banner is perfect for tall sanctuaries. The Universal T-Pole is ideal for hanging this banner.
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Care Tips. . .
Machine washable, use cold water. Use warm iron on reverse side only.
Did you know. . .
Banners in churches have, in the past, been used mainly for processions, inside or outside of the church building. However, the emphasis has, in recent years, shifted markedly towards the permanent or transient display of banners on walls or pillars of churches and other places of worship. A famous example of large banners on display is Liverpool R.C. Cathedral, where banners are designed by a resident artist.
Banners showcase your message anywhere and are perfect for display.