Logos and Branding

  • Nehemiah Properties Logo

    Nehemiah Properties Logo

    A high resolution jpeg of the Nehemiah Properties Logo.

  • Next Generation Logo

    Next Generation Logo

    A high resolution jpeg of the Next Generation Logo.

  • Hope Center Logo

    Hope Center Logo

    High resolution jpeg of The Hope Center Logo.

  • The Centenary Fund Logo

    The Centenary Fund Logo

    High resolution jpeg of The Centenary Fund Logo.

  • Stewardship Foundation Logo

    Stewardship Foundation Logo

    High resolution jpeg of The Stewardship Foundation Logo.

  • A Future With Hope logo

    A Future With Hope logo

    High resolution jpeg of A Future With Hope logo.

  • Cross and Flame Logo: Korean

    Cross and Flame Logo: Korean

    Use the primary logo to identify with the denomination and the cross and flame. This logo is also appropriate for legal documents.

  • Cross and Flame Logo: Spanish

    Cross and Flame Logo: Spanish

    Use the primary logo to identify with the denomination and the cross and flame. This logo is also appropriate for legal documents.

  • Cross and Flame Logo: English

    Cross and Flame Logo: English

    Use the primary logo to identify with the denomination and the cross and flame. This logo is also appropriate for legal documents.

  • Cross and Flame Icon

    Cross and Flame Icon

    The history and significance of the Cross and Flame emblem are as rich and diverse as The United Methodist Church. The insignia's birth quickly followed the union of two denominations in 1968: The Methodist Church and the Evangelical United Brethren Church. Following more than two dozen conceptualizations, a traditional symbol—the cross—was linked with a single flame with dual tongues of fire. The resulting insignia is rich in meaning. It relates The United Methodist church to God through Christ (cross) and the Holy Spirit (flame). The flame is a reminder of Pentecost when witnesses were unified by the power of the Holy Spirit and saw "tongues, as of fire" (Acts 2:3). The elements of the emblem also remind us of a transforming moment in the life of Methodism's founder, John Wesley, when he sensed God's presence and felt his heart "strangely warmed." The two tongues of a single flame may also be understood to represent the union of two denominations. The insignia, one with lettering and one without, was formally adopted by the General Conference in 1968 and registered in 1971 with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. Since 1996, the General Council on Finance and Administration (GCFA) of The United Methodist church has supervised the emblem's use.

Resource Logos

  • Miracles Everywhere Logo

    Miracles Everywhere Logo

    A high resolution jpeg of the Miracles Everywhere Campaign Logo.

  • Team Vital Logo

    Team Vital Logo

    A high resolution jpeg of the Team Vital Logo.

District Logos

Branding

  • Cross and Flame Usage

    Cross and Flame Usage

    This change makes clear the standards for using the Cross & Flame so that the trademark can be protected.

  • UMC Branding Tool Kit

    UMC Branding Tool Kit

    Create uniform, professional looking correspondence and informational material by using UMCOM's branding toolkit of fonts, logos, colors, stationary and social media.