10 Christmas Bulletin Board Ideas for your Church

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Does your church have a bulletin board?

Are you looking for some inspiration or ideas for a Christmas themed board?

We’ve spent some time browsing the web and Pinterest and have found these 10 Christmas Bulletin Board Ideas to share with you. Please note, I have attempted to credit the creators of these boards when I could trace them to a website or blog.

Christmas Board #1
This board is based on Luke 2:11.
For unto you is born this day in the city of David a Saviour, which is Christ the Lord.
There is quite a lot of detail in this board however you could simplify it by just having the manger scene. Of course the wise men don’t need to be included because they didn’t visit until Jesus was a young child and living in a house (read Mat 2:11).

Christmas Bulletin Board #1 based on Luke 2:11
Christmas Bulletin Board #1 based on Luke 2:11

Christmas Board #2
This board is based on Luke 1:32.
He shall be great, and shall be called the Son of the Highest: and the Lord God shall give unto him the throne of his father David:
This board looks quite simple and would be quite easy to recreate.

Christmas Bulletin Board #2 based Luke 1:32a "He shall be great, and shall be called the Son of the Highest:"
Christmas Bulletin Board #2 based Luke 1:32a “He shall be great, and shall be called the Son of the Highest:”

Christmas Board #3
This board is based on John 3:16.
For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life.
Again this board is quite simple. The stable and manger would be quite easy to create from card and it has a simple tinsel border.

Christmas Bulletin Board 3 based on John 3:16
Christmas Bulletin Board 3 based on John 3:16

Christmas Board #4
This board uses an acrostic poem from the word “Christmas”

Christmas Bulletin Board #4 "Christmas"
Christmas Bulletin Board #4 “Christmas”

Christmas Board #5
A lovely simple board based on one of my favourite christmas hymns “Joy to the World”. You could change the colours on this one and add any sort of christmas decorations.

Christmas Bulletin Board 5 - "Joy to the World"
Christmas Bulletin Board 5 – “Joy to the World”

Christmas Board #6
I really like this board. When a baby is born, often the first question asked is what is their name. Our precious savior has many names, as shown on this board. You could also include the bible verse where each name is found.

Christmas Bulletin Board 6 - "Names of Christ" from http://www.teacherhelp.org/
Christmas Bulletin Board 6 – “Names of Christ” from http://www.teacherhelp.org/

Christmas Board #7
This board is colourful and fun and includes the candy cane as the “J”. If you like this board, you may want to include the candy cane poem.

“Look at the Candy Cane
What do you see?
Stripes that are red
Like the blood shed for me
White is for my Savior
Who’s sinless and pure!
“J” is for Jesus My Lord, that’s for sure!
Turn it around
And a staff you will see
Jesus my shepherd
Was born for Me!”

Christmas Bulletin Board 7 - J is for Jesus by http://blessedinfirst.blogspot.com.au/
Christmas Bulletin Board 7 – J is for Jesus by http://blessedinfirst.blogspot.com.au/

Christmas Board #8

Christmas Bulletin Board 8 - A Stable Influence
Christmas Bulletin Board 8 – A Stable Influence

Christmas Board #9
I like the simplicity of this board and it is quite thought provoking for any visitors that may come for your Christmas services. If you wanted to add colour to this board you could cut out yellow stars or make the buildings colourful.

Christmas Bulletin Board 9 - Room at the Inn from http://www.columbianachurchofchrist.com/
Christmas Bulletin Board 9 – Room at the Inn from http://www.columbianachurchofchrist.com/

Christmas Board #10
And last but not least.. this one is super simple.

Christmas Bulletin Board 10 - His Presence is Our Present from nettojoy.wordpress.com
Christmas Bulletin Board 10 – His Presence is Our Present from nettojoy.wordpress.com

Hopefully you have found some inspiration from these boards. Perhaps you already have your own original Christmas bulletin board. If so, we would love to see it! Please share it with us in the comments below.

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