Everything’s fine and the designer did a great work.
How Harvest Union County started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Harvest Union County
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We are a contemporary non-denominational church of about 800 people in Mifflinburg, Pennsylvania. We serve a wide age demographic but mostly consist of young families.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
What colors do you want to see in your design?
Other color requirements
We prefer bold colors used sparingly. At most, only one color other than greyscale shades incorporated into our logo.
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
We love the cleanness of this logo and the recognizable arrow-icon that can stand alone. However, this logo still lacks the Christian symbolism we're looking for. We also prefer all-caps.
We love the way this church incorporates Christian symbolism in a modern way (the chi/rho symbol in the middle, which can also stand alone as a recognizable icon).
We like the clean simplicity of this church's logo, but would prefer Christian symbolism somehow incorporated into our design. We also want a logo that can be simplified to an icon.
Not a church logo, but this is a business in our area and we love the simple, clean aesthetic here, with an easily recognized icon.
We're looking for a clean, modern and masculine logo that incorporates traditionally Christian symbolism in some way (such as a cross, or other recognizable symbols).
We require a logo that contains our full church name (Harvest Union County) but can also be simplified to a recognizable icon/patch (such that our brand is recognizable without the full church name).
If color is incorporated into the logo, we would prefer one bold color used sparingly. We prefer a logo that's still recognizable when printed in one color, such as on a simple black watermark.
I've attached examples of a logo concept we created in-house, with a Christian cross incorporated into the letter H, such that the H can also stand alone as an icon. This also shows the clean aesthetic we're looking for. (But please experiment with Christian symbols other than the cross, and incorporating them in more ways than with the H).