The church sign has been carefully restored as an Eagle Scout project and returned to a place of prominence in front of the church. A few answers to questions you may be asking:
1. The location is different because bushes in the old location kept becoming overgrown and hiding it.
2. The brass and bronze were left unpainted because a) it is believed that is the way they were when the sign was originally erected and b) because the Boy Scouts didn’t know how we wanted it and painting something is easier than unpainting it.
3. The lower part is paper because the old letters and letter board were in poor shape. We thought if we could get away with printing out a poster and putting it inside the sign we would do that. The consensus among trustees (though not officially because we haven’t had a meeting) seems to be that we can’t get away with it. Other options will probably be explored.