Church Sign Epic Fails: Volume Fifteen

Three hands worth of bad church sign posts and they just seem to keep on coming…

Does God have deviled eggs in said refrigerator?



I thought their slogan was "Low Prices, Every Day." Anyhoo...

Clever, clever

Read the bottom line. Then it makes sense.

Maybe a slight disconnect here.

Tech reference FAIL

Tech reference FAIL redux

My friend's boyfriend actually put this on her chur church's sign. Congrats Daryn and Tiff!

A nice updated spin on the Gandhi quote. Just wow.

Church of the Big Lebowski. Pretty much sums it up, doesn't it?

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Church Sign Epic Fails, Volume Thirteen

(Apparently either I can’t count or I have an unconscious resentment toward the number twelve.)

Church Sign Epic Fails, Part Eleven

Church Sign Epic Fails, Part Ten

Cherch Sine Epuc Failz: Badd Spellurs Edishun

Church Sign Epic Fails, Part Eight

Church Sign Epic Fails: Easter Edition

Church Sign Epic Fails, Part Six

Church sign epic fails, part five

Church sign epic fails, part four

Church sign epic fails, part three

More church sign epic fails

Church sign epic fails

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  • Jonathan Brink

    You realize there are church sign creators that let people do this.  These probably don’t actually exist.

  • jordin

    #5 is actually an art piece.