Category Archives: Integrating Mission and Image

The Transient And the Permanent: Symbols and Logos

The conversation and controversy about the new UUA logo has not quieted yet.  I received a very poignant message today from my dear friend, the Rev. Cynthia L.G. Kane, that has me thinking a lot about the difference between a … Continue reading

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Church Website Rant

I’d like to go to church this morning, and I’d like to know when your church service is. It is 9:18 AM and time is of the essence. Is the service at 10AM? 10:30 AM? 11:00? We’re well into the … Continue reading

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Font Matters

Not the baptismal font — that matters, too — but the font you use for your website, your newsletter, your order of worship, and your outreach materials. Here’s why, and why you should never use Comic Sans if you want … Continue reading

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