With less than 24 hours until the end of 2022, a common occurrence is the preparation of various churches to end the year with special services on December 31st, known as 31st Night.
On such occasions, mega churches spend large sums of money to place massive billboards on highways and busy intersections throughout cities to advertise their cross-over services.
Increasing the number of worshipers on the night necessitates a high level of creativity that could bring people from far and wide to that service. As a result, every member of the Christian community values it.
Over time, the need to attract more worshipers sparked creative competition among megachurches, which began designing unique artworks with new captions instead of the traditional ones.
Over time, the need to attract more worshipers sparked a competition for creativity among mega churches, which began designing unique artworks with new captions instead of the well-known ’31st Watch Night’ service.
Cross Over, Jump Over, Transition, Change Over, Move Over, and Escape are some of the inventive variations.
The size of the billboards in town is determined by the size and wealth of the church. As a result, while the mega churches have giant billboards, the medium and small churches must make do with posters posted in any available space in town.
Here are a few images of ‘Watch Night service’ notices:
Where will you spend your 31st Night?