Black Mountain Baptist Church Logo Design Contest

Black Mountain Baptist Church has selected their winning logo design.

For $475 they received 154 designs from 19 different designers from around the world.
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estephens1975
United States

Slogan

Inviting every generation to be transformed by Christ to love and serve.

What We Do

We’re clarifying our mission, values, and strategy.
Values = Christ-centered, Prayerful Dependence, Loving Service, Families Matter
Strategy = Gather (Worship). Grow (Disciple). Go (Serve).

We’re a multi-generational church.

Industry

Religious

Color Preferences

Blue (various shades), Grey, Black

Our Ideas and Additional Information:

Cross with a circular arrow behind it.

Our strategy is gather, grow, go... with the Chriist being the center of all we are/do. Christ is represented by the cross.

And this strategy is circular & one that we never complete or graduate on from. So we’re aiming to communicate a gather, grow, go strategy that revolves around the cross of Christ.

AND we’re actually looking for a main logo for the church and a 2nd graphic that communicates the circular strategy. The idea is that the logo & strategy graphic are cohesive, the logo image capturing (in some manner) the strategy & vice versa.

Note: we’ve uploaded our current logo & we’re wanting to get away from it. We’ve also uploaded one from Grace Church that we liked the cross & circle (with the edit of an arrow at the end). Also adding a picture that shows 2 churches' logos and strategy illustrations that are cohesive and incorporate small details in each (Mobberly Baptist Church and First Presbyterian Houston).

Themes

Masculine
Simple
Necessity
Classic

Style Inspiration

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