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    7 Great Church Logos Used in Church Website Branding

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    MonDec52011 ByBryan YoungTaggedChurch Design
    One purpose of your church website is to promote your church brand--its values, mission, and story. Your church logo is the primary conveyor of your brand, on your website (it should be the first thing visitors see), your letterhead, bulletin, and other materials. If your logo doesn't reflect who you are, it may be time to make a change.

    Here are 7 examples of churches who use a logo, featured prominently on their church website, that mirrors their brand.

    Christ Church
    Fort Lauderdale, FL

    Their brand

    "Christ Church is more than just a building. It's a group of people coming together to leave a personal and eternal 'fingerprint' on the world around us."
    - Christ Church website

    How the logo promotes the brand

    Fingerprints combine to create a cross, representing the different, unique people that combine to create the church.


    Catalyst Church
    Middletown, CT

    Their brand

    "Catalyst Church ... [is] passionate about creating environments where people can connect with God."
    - Catalyst Church website

    How the logo promotes the brand

    The fiery red color evokes energy and passion. The button with arrows inspires action and connection.


    City Church
    Billings, MT

    Their brand

    "The local church is the instrument God is using to extend His Kingdom on the earth today!"
    - City Church website

    How the logo promotes the brand

    The earthy colors of the city skyline reflect the mountainous landscape of Montana. The white text on a black background represents the "light in the darkness" role the church plays in the world.


    New City Church
    Phoenix, AZ

    Their brand

    "Cities are the center of culture. Often, they are the intersection of art, politics, and business. New City exists to engage culture where it’s created, weaving the story of God into the story of Phoenix."
    - New City Church website

    How the logo promotes the brand

    The mosaic circle design imitates a city street grid and the intersection of lines refers back to the intersection of ideas mentioned in the mission statement. If you look closely, you'll see a few crosses mingled in. 


    Park Community Church
    Chicago, IL

    Their brand

    "Our vision: to be a biblical community where the Gospel of Jesus Christ transforms lives, renews the city and impacts the world."
    - Park Community website

    How the logo promotes the brand

    A bright cross resides inside the shining lights of the Chicago skyline, much like this church strives to be a beacon of hope in the heart of the city.


    Redemption Church
    Gilbert, AZ

    Their brand

    “Redemption Church is born out of the conviction that the church unified can impact the world dramatically for the gospel. ... The vision of Redemption Church is to saturate the State of Arizona with Gospel-centered, Reformed, Missional churches through campuses and church plants.”
    - Redemption Church website

    How the logo promotes the brand

    Redemption's singular "R" stands within a circle, conveying the idea of unity of conviction and vision the church maintains while meeting at many locations throughout Arizona. The circle itself recalls the sun, a prominent symbol of Arizona.


    the well
    Ludlow, KY

    Their brand

    "We weren't meant to do this alone. The strength of the church lies within its community. ... We want to be a part of a vibrant, growing community."
    - the well website

    How the logo promotes the brand

    A well is a central meeting place and source of life and refreshment within biblical communities. This church strives to be that place spiritually for the people of Ludlow, Kentucky. The combination of well and cross imagery in the church's logo is clear and moving.

    How does your church logo promote your brand?

    Is it time to re-evaluate your church logo? Does it tell your website visitors who you are? Use the examples above to inspire you.

    Learn More About Church Website Branding

    Using Your Church Website to Promote Your Brand - iMinistries Blog
    2 Questions to Answer When Branding Your Church Website - iMinistries Blog
    Jeff Schwartzentraub: Your Church Website Promotes Your Brand [Video] - iMinistries Blog
    Top 77 Church Logos of 2011 - ChurchRelevance.com

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