From toilet paper jokes to spiritual reminders, our churches never fail to make us smile.

By Meghan Overdeep
March 24, 2020

In these trying times, Americans can still count on their churches to provide guidance and levity… albeit from a safe distance.

With the vast majority of religious institutions having pressed pause on in-person services during the coronavirus pandemic, many have turned to the Internet and their signs to share the good word, often with a much-needed dose of humor.

Via their requisite marquee signs, churches like Joplin Calvary Church of the Nazarene in Joplin, Missouri (above) are delighting motorists with their coronavirus-related messages. From toilet paper jokes to reminders to wash your hands, our churches never fail to make us smile. Keep scrolling for a few of our favorite signs

Live. Love. Laugh. Lysol. What more could you need right now?

Sharing is caring, especially when it comes to toilet paper:

Here are two welcome reminders:

Now this is what we call marketing:

This Lent-related joke hits it right on the nose:

Our new favorite Bible passage:

Thanks for the smiles, and please, keep ‘em coming!