Cherry Hills Church worked with the award-winning Be Known for Something church branding team to create a visual brand (a simple and memorable church logo) to work with their thread (their real brand).

Do you need a church logo? Here are 7 questions to tell. Great church branding starts with understanding your audience (congregation & community), discovering your thread, and then getting a professional, scalable, and memorable church logo (visual brand) to match.



In the large, flat fields of rural Illinois, the houses are set back from the main roads, feeling alienated from each other.

People are busy and authentic relationships are difficult.

Life comes and goes. Many in the community want to have interactions with neighbors, but it doesn’t happen as they want. Life would be better with someone by their side.


This church is about community. From the wide-open meeting spaces to the more intimate group settings, Cherry Hills wants their community to know they understand community life.

And then the critical introduction to real Life that’s found in Christ.

Let’s discover it. Together.


A church doesn’t have to have a glitzy, bold logo. Especially when you live in a simple, rural location.

Their understated visual brand becomes recognizable by its lowercase simple font. And is personalized with a handwritten script to emphasize relationship. 

For other visual applications, they incorporate a simple dot (see above). 


YOU can get the Be Known for Something team to discover your thread and create a perfect church brand for your community and congregation. Start Here

NOTE: Be Known for Something works with our clients for limited periods to empower them with strategies and tips for effective church communication and church branding. We do not control their processes or standards long-term (including their current communication tools, channels, or content). We are always available to answer questions or give guidance.


We love them and they loved working with the Be Known for Something Church Branding Agency!

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