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How to Make a Church Anniversary Poster

Choose a Template

Select a template from the extensive library of PhotoADKing's graphic design templates. Find a template that is appropriate for your church's anniversary celebration and fits the theme you have in mind.

Customize the Template

Use the drag-and-drop editor to add your own text, images, and colors. Modify the template to match your church's specific branding.

Add Event Details

Include the date, time, location, and other important information about your church's anniversary celebration. Make sure the details are prominently displayed and easy to read.

Add Graphics and Images

Use images that reflect the theme of your church's anniversary celebration. Consider adding photographs of the church, its history, and its members.

Preview and Save

Preview your design to make sure it looks the way you want it to. Save your design and download it as a high-resolution PDF, JPG, or PNG.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Religious Organizations

Pastors and Clergy: Pastors and clergy can use church anniversary poster templates to promote anniversaries, events, and special services related to their ministry.

Church Administrators

Church Event Organizers

Church Members

Church Volunteers

Church anniversary posters are used to announce and promote church anniversary celebrations, including events, activities, and special services.

18 x 24

24 x 36

27 x 40

11 x 17

The most popular pixel size is 650x800 since it is easy to print.

Church Name and Logo

Anniversary Date


Event Details

Contact Information

Special Guests

Quotes or Bible Verses: Including relevant quotes or Bible verses can help communicate the message and values of the church.

Call to Action: Include a clear call to action, such as “Join us for the celebration” or “RSVP today”, to encourage people to attend.

Social Media Handles: Include your church's social media handles to encourage people to follow and engage with the church online.

Church Buildings

Community Centers

Local Businesses

Religious Institutions: Display posters at other religious institutions, such as synagogues, mosques, and temples, to reach people of faith.


Direct Mail

Community Events


College Campuses

Local Newspapers

Easy to Use

Wide range of Templates

High-Quality Graphics



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