Who are you?
The name says it all Discovery. At first glance, it alludes to our nature. Our name, Discovery Church, expresses the essence of who we are adventurers at heart, looking to make ongoing discoveries that lead us toward strengthening our pursuit of a Christ-centered life. We love helping people discover theres more
As a Christ-centered, non-denominational church in Orlando, Florida, our style reflects our belief that Orlando didnt really need another church that looked like all the rest. Instead, the process began to create a different kind of church. It began with Pastor David Loveless vision to create relevant ministry environments in which people could experience every aspect of the life and ministry of Jesus Christ. Weekend services and ministries are focused on helping people make meaningful spiritual and relational connections and relevant life applications that further strengthen their journey with Christ.
It is our desire to see all those who pass through Discovery's doorscome one step closer than they were to knowing the person and character of Jesus Christ. Whether you are questioning faith, new to your faith orone who has been in relationship with Jesus for a long time, there are steps you can take to grow andunderstand more. Whether it is at the weekend worship experiences, in a Connection Group, or serving in the local and global community, explore the website to find outthe myriad ofways there are for you to get involved at Discovery Church.
What do you need?
A logo to be used on all print, web, and multi-media collateral.
Who Is Your Audience?
Our target audience is progressive, young families and families with teens. They are looking for relational connection and support. Words that describe our church are: practical, fresh, progressive, organic, humorous, relaxed, intentional, innovative, creative, energetic, warm, loving.
We Like These Examples
We would like the logo to represent the idea of "journey."
We Absolutely Must Have
Discovery Church (our name); 2-3 colors from our brand color palette (see attached); and Yorkville font. Feel free to use any color combination but we would like to stick with a primary and 2 secondary colors (one of which should be a neutral from the palette).
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