tomw wrote:I've received the following from Church Correlation regarding the use of the Church Logo:
To save you all from having or order the document Church Name and Logotype Guidelines for Local Units
(item 35654), let me summarize it below:
The official Church logo is used on materials produced for wards, stakes, missions, etc. by Church headquarters, such as stationery and missionary name tags. It may also be used on publications and materials the unit officially sponsors, such as sacrament meeting programs. However, that decision is currently being revisited and may be reversed. When the logo is used, you must use the official logo and not try to mimimic it by placing it in 3 lines or in all CAPS.
In most cases, the name of the Church can be used instead of the logotype in locally produced materials. Even then, it should only be used in cases where the associated activity or function is officially sponsored by the local unit, and in such cases, the name of the local unit must be used in conjunction with the name of the Church. For example, Canyon Estates Ward of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
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