Social Media Guidelines
The Church Pension Group, in partnership with The Nathan Network, provides these Model Policies for the Protection of Children and Youth from Abuse to the Episcopal Church, which include Recommended Practices and Guidelines for Social Media and Electronic Communications for Children and Youth.
The Diocesan Logo
The diocesan logo represents the star of Bethlehem, which served as a sign of Christ’s birth. The star, which is stylized as a stained-glass window, fades from a vibrant yellow to a deep blue, with a sunrise in the heart of the star to represent new beginnings. The logo, which is available in both English and Spanish, utilizes the fonts Charm and EB Garamond, which are open source and available for download. The color hex codes are #ffec7b for the yellow and #041160 for the blue. The logo is available for download in the forms listed below. All files are .png. Please do not make changes to the logo, including changing the proportions. Please contact the Diocesan office if you have any questions.
White (for use with dark backgrounds)
Download the logo with text (English)
Download the vertical logo with text (English)
Download the logo with text (Spanish)
Download the vertical logo with text (Spanish)
Download the star
The diocesan seal is currently unavailable in high resolution format. Download the seal.
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