Big news! We have just launched a new logo, colour, and typeface for Fellowship Church! Here are the details.
The purpose of our logo is to establish a simple, recognizable look and feel, that our neighbours will come to know. We believe the new logo better matches what we are striving to become in Etobicoke—community facing. We worked with a young graphic artist, Kayla V. of Woodbridge CRC, to find something that appears crisp, approachable, smart, friendly, and connected:
"I really wanted to simplify the logo to make it memorable. Sticking with the circle really helps symbolize wholeness and unity. Placing the 'fc' on the right side of the circle creates a look that is asymmetric yet still balanced. To add a little bit of flare (and white space weight) I added an abstract illustration of a leaf, flame, whatever the viewer would like to see. This helps balance and centres the icon. To make the logo even more appealing, I changed the wording 'fellowship' to all lowercase which adds a feeling of welcome. To give you an idea of what it would look like with colour, I decided to use a lovely teal colour. Teal is a beautiful mix of blue (calm and serenity) and green (renewal, life and energy), giving the logo a very modern and desirable look and feel."
We are a fellowship rooted in Biblical faith. We share the love of Jesus Christ, Reaching out to one another And to the communities in which God has placed us.
As we apply our 5 Strategic Ministry Directions to our church, our decisions and our community, we present this logo as a symbol of hope, renewal and new life.
1. Outward-facing: we look for, and respond to, community needs and challenges.
2. Collective ministry: we intentionally focus our efforts and work together.
3. Cooperative ministry: we envision our ministry in partnership with other local ministries and organizations.
4. Reducing the cultural obstacles: we search out, and seek to reduce, barriers to fellowship so that we will come to reflect our City’s diversity.
5. Holistic ministry: we see disciples made and social concerns addressed through the message of Christ’s saving love.
Jeremiah 29:11: "For I know the plans I have for you", declares the Lord, "plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future."