The color palette includes a light blue and dark blue theme with supporting tones. Color matching standard Pantone references are included to ensure accuracy when reproducing the palette.
Please keep in mind that this scheme evolves so check back with the style guide from time to time.
Also included are the references for CMYK, RGB and HEX values for consistency across different media.
Where possible, the logo should be reproduced in the CMYK color process. Equivalent colors can be composed using the RGB and HEX references included when the logo is used digitally.
Our Primary Palette consists of the corporate colors we use for logo, text and headers.
The Secondary Palette consists of colors for backgrounds and supporting graphics.
Spaces / Venues
As Lifepoint is a young church and is constantly operating in rental venues, its is possible that what woks for permanent (or long term) venues may not work for rental spaces. However, all campuses/venues of Lifepoint should strives to be “franchised” in the sense that if someone is in one of Lifepoint’s venues it is recognized as such.
Each campus/venue should follow the same color scheme, look, feel and aesthetic.
Lifepoint values custom artwork and decoration and discourages the use of stock or template artwork or purchasing something that could be seen at other places.
For color guidelines, see Color
Over the years Lifepoint has adopted specific language. Making our language as consistent as our look, we portray consistency in intentionality and culture.
While this will always evolve, please make every effort to use this language when speaking at or on behalf of Lifepoint
- Listening Guide
- Lewis Center Campus
- INSTEAD OF
- Foyer / Narthex / Vestibule
- Sanctuary / Worship Center
- Mothership, Headquarters, First Campus, etc…
As a multi-site church, it is also important that we speak carefully about our many sites. We should each memorize, “We are one church in [number] locations.” Currently, we have a Lewis Center Campus, a Mount Vernon Campus, Westerville and a Delaware Campus so we are one church in four locations. Here are some language guidelines regarding our multi-site strategy:
Us vs. Them:
It’s dangerous to start referring to the various campuses of our church as “them” because it sets up emotional walls and separates the team. We need to use “we, our, or us” as much as possible.
Avoid: “They broke some more gear this weekend.”
Better: “We continue to have gear breaking at our campus in Delaware.”
Avoid: “They had another record day in Mt. Vernon!”
Better: “We had another record day in Mt. Vernon!”
Location Specific Communication:
Inevitably, each campus will need to refer to itself when communicating to the public (written or printed). While referring to a specific campus to the people of that campus, please refer to “Lifepoint” as that is the context that people are already in. Referring to “Lifepoint – campus” creates further separation of our one church philosophy. Again, thinking with a franchise mentality helps. One would would attend Wendys, not Wendys – Lewis Center.
Share The Love:
As a written or oral communicator on behalf of Lifepoint you have a big influence in helping close the gap between campuses and nurturing the “one church in x locations goal. Give a shoutout from time to time. When making announcements, be sure to mention the baptism goal that the other campus just broke, or the new building opening, etc… let’s share our victories.