Well, this is a bit ambiguous! I don't think it was meant to be but it is. I'll just assume that the Christonuts in charge don't want women wearing pants in their church or the women will be sanctioned somehow. There's a long, long Christian tradition of that, right up to and including burning women at the stake either figuratively or literally.
But, I suppose if I was generous of spirit (which is something I don't feel right at the moment), the sign could be interpreted to mean something along the lines of "We don't punish women who wear pants in our church." Sooo, which is it? Are women supposed to check their pants at the door, or, is it permissible to wear pants? If it's the former, what types of underwear are approved of at this particular church? Are thongs a no go or are they encouraged by your dirty-minded little Mike Huckabee-style pastor?
Sigh, this going to church thing is so complicated. Is a woman in high heels that's forced to enter pantless supposed to also check the shoes at the door, or, is the wearing of high heels with panties encouraged? Damn, if that's the case, maybe today's churches are really going too far in their efforts to attract parishioners. Is there a pole at the communion rail? If this church is in Flor-i-duh, there probably is. In fact, there's probably a whole chain of pink churches with flashing neon sign Jesuses from Tallahassee down to Tampa and over to Miami and everywhere in between; with Bishop Matt Gaetz in charge of the whole Flor-i-duh Diocese. Special guest preachers next week via satellite: Jerry Falwell Jr. and his pool boy!