Organisation / religious signs have a number of uses. First though, they need to show what the building is being used for. This usually comes in the form of a bright, clear welcome sign at the front of the building. Usually these are big enough to be seen from the road and will usually display the name of the organization and its function very clearly. For religious organisations, this sign may also display a particular message or humorous political quote in order to engage the public.
Organization opening hours may or may not be necessary depending on the work being done. However, there are usually some kind of fundraising events in place and these are usually advertised at the front of the building as well. Slightly smaller, more colourful and filled with images, these can be placed on the building itself rather than in direct competition with the welcome sign.
Inside the building itself there can be directional signs to members of the organization, offices, quiet rooms, donation areas and of course the toilets. Other signs may include instructional ones and contain graphics of actions that are prohibited within the building such as smoking or loud talking.