Posted June 7, 2022

Drive down Main Street in Zelienople these days and you may notice something different—a new sign on the Presbytery Center! 

After many months of planning and delay due to the pandemic, the new signage on and around the building is now complete. The old awning from the original remodel of the building into the Center, is now replaced by a framed sign that spans the front entrance The new sign blends with the building’s vintage character and new color scheme of the building renovations that began in the fall of 2018.

Before—the old awning also served as a sign.

Now—the new sign, along with a paint scheme with multiple colors, allows the original building features to stand out.

New decals featuring the Presbyterian logo have replaced the old and peeling ones on the entrance doors. The sign on High Street at the entrance to the back parking lot also has been spruced up. The old peeling logo has been updated and the coats of fresh paint blend with the building colors.

We were able to refurbish the old sign with new logos and fresh paint.

The doors have been freshened up with new decals.

Thank you to the Rev. Bob Matthias for the meticulous repainting of the rear sign. The new signage was produced by Keystone Signs of Baden. Freelance Designer ChrisAnn Goossen was hired by the Administration Committee to design the signs and coordinate the application with Keystones Signs.

We think you will agree that the signs give us a more positive presence in town along with the continued renewal that is taking place across town.

Still to come with this ongoing renovation project is landscaping along the parking lot and additional features to enhance the front entranceway. Thank you to members of the Administration Committee, especially to the Rev. Bob Goossen who has stepped down, for shepherding this project.