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Vineyard Church of New Orleans
What is the exact name you would like in your logo?
Vineyard Church of New Orleans
What is your industry?
Describe the target audience for your logo
We are a modern, contemporary church. However, the congregation at our current facility is pretty diverse - age & income are pretty evenly stratified, females & males are about 1 to 1, and we have a growing minority attendance. We're looking to brand ourselves regionally in the city of New Orleans with satellite campuses throughout the city. With this in mind, we are trying to reach all people regardless of age, race, or income.
What are the top 3 things you would like to communicate through your logo?
Here are some things that we would like to communicate
1. All are welcome.
2. We are an outward focused modern/contemporary church (style-wise we line up more with Mars Hill www.marshillchurch.org than a contemporary Baptist church like www.houstonsfirst.org).
3. The church is not a "place to go", it is a "people who."
Style and Concept
What logo styles do you like (text only, image only, text and image, etc.)?
We would like the logo to include both image and text with the idea that the image/symbol would be able to stand alone from the text as needed.
What colors do you want to see in your logo?
We would probably prefer something with earth tones and maybe some blue or green, but we're pretty open as far as color.
What colors do you NOT want to see in your logo?
We would steer clear of reds.
Where will your logo be used (print, website, etc.)?
We need a logo that will be used on everything - website, signage, print media, clothing, videos, dvd's, etc.
Do you have other info or links you want to share?
We are in the process of developing a new website, but here is a link to the old www.vcfk.com
The church started out as the Vineyard Christian Fellowship Kenner, in the last 25 years weve grown from 12 to 1800 and now were looking to rebrand ourselves more regionally as the Vineyard Church of New Orleans (our vision is to have satellite campuses within the next two years). You can check out our old website at www.vcfk.com.
The Vineyard Church is a community of faith who are journeying together as active participants in the story that God is writing. We believe that as followers of Jesus, we have been invited into a life of mission, wonder, and awe as we keep our eyes focused on Jesus and his kingdom, learning daily what it means to reflect the beauty and glory of God to the world around us and experience the life of the future in the present in our everyday, ordinary lives.
As a community of faith, we gather together weekly to worship God together, to encourage one another, to spend time together, to learn together and to be aligned together for the mission that Jesus has invited us into. We do not believe that the church is a building or a service. We are not big fans of consumer Christianity that provides people with a service or goods to be consumed. We are however, big believers that the church is the people of God a people who are integrally connected to one another, who are not separated by walls or colors or socio-economic statuses or sexes. We see the church as the people of God who are integrally connected to the mission of Jesus, and who are committed to reflecting the beauty and glory of God to the entire world around us, whether one is feeding orphans in Africa or sitting in their cubicle in a New Orleans office building.
Our desire as followers of Jesus and his church is to consistently live lives that are moving upward, towards God, as we continually learn what it is to be filled with the life of Christ and allow his life to live through us. We desire to journey inward as we learn about ourselves and how God has created us as well as learning to live in community with and love those who we are connected with in the community of faith. Finally, we desire to move outward as we step into the call of Christ on our lives as we reflect his beauty and glory to those around us, developing a heart of love for the world around us that God is so passionately in love with.
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