Yard Sign Order Request
Joy Mennonite Church has become a distribution point for yard signs with a message that expresses welcome to neighbors from different backgrounds. Inspired by a Mennonite church in Virginia, members at Joy Mennonite decided they wanted the yard sign for their homes. Immanuel Mennonite Church in Harrisonburg, VA started the now nationwide movement in response to negative rhetoric about immigrants. The signs are three colors and display the message, “No matter where you’re from, we’re glad you’re our neighbor,” in Spanish, English, and Arabic. Our hope is that this message will let people who may feel isolated or targeted right now know they have neighbors who appreciate their presence in and contribution to Oklahoma City. This article tells more of the history of these signs: http://www.npr.org/sections/thetwo-way/2016/12/09/504969049/a-message-of-tolerance-and-welcome-spreading-from-yard-to-yard?utm_campaign=storyshare&utm_source=facebook.com&utm_medium=social.

If you are interested in getting one (or more) of the "Welcome Your Neighbors" yard signs in the OKC area you can fill out this form. For more information and stories about these signs, check here: https://www.facebook.com/welcomeyourneighbors/.
Our signs are made on 24" x 18" doubled-sided corrugated plastic and come with a metal stand. Once you have filled out the form, we will contact you with more details. The church is asking for a $10 suggested donation per yard sign (with any profits going toward the work of Joy Mennonite Church), but don't let the cost stop you if you want one. You will be able to pick up your signs at Joy Mennonite Church in OKC, and we will contact you with possible pick-up times. Thanks!

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