GNJ & Vital Mission Partner Color Palette
Though red and black are the two main colors associated with United Methodists, there are additional colors that play a significant role in the visual identity of the organization.
Next to each color, you’ll note it’s Pantone (PMS number) and the color values associated with the CMYK (cyan, magenta, yellow, black) RGB (red, green, blue) and hex color systems.
- PMS colors are the main brand colors. Pantone inks are consistent with printers anywhere in the world.
- CMYK colors should be used for materials to be printed in house.
- RGB colors should be used when any image will be presented in a digital format.
- Hex colors are web based and used in HTML, CSS and other computing applications to represent colors.
How to change font color in Microsoft Word or Outlook:
These colors can be matched in a email or letter by going clicking Colors and then click Custom Colors. Enter the color code and match exactly.
United Methodists of Greater New Jersey
|Pantone: 185 C
CMYK: 0, 93, 79, 0
RGB: 228, 0, 43
|Pantone: Black C
CMYK: 63, 62, 59, 94
RGB: 45, 41, 38
|Pantone: 299 U
CMYK: 86, 8, 0, 0
RGB: 0, 163, 224
|Pantone: Cool Gray 11 C
CMYK: 44, 34, 22, 77
RGB: 83, 86, 90
A Future with Hope and Hope Centers
Pantone: 7687 C
CMYK: 100, 78, 0, 18
RGB: 29, 66, 138
Pantone: 151 U
CMYK: 0, 65, 87, 0
RGB: 244, 121, 55
The Stewardship Foundation of Greater New Jersey
Pantone: 808 U
CMYK: 87, 5, 57, 0
RGB: 0, 168, 143