Brand Usage Guidelines
The Newbreak Church identity is a seal of approval and a promise of excellence. Whether you are at a campus, or all-church, you represent Newbreak Church every time you use the brand. By following these guidelines, you reap the benefits of the Newbreak Church identity and contribute to its strength. Whether seen on-screen, in print, or on apparel, the logo is stable and unchanging. The identity can only make a positive impact if it is used consistently and correctly.
If you are a ministry, another church, or organization and would like to use any of our visual marks that are notcovered on this page, you must contact us at email@example.com and include a visual mock-up of intended use.
Newbreak's marks include, but are not limited to, the church name, wordmark, badges, social media skins and profile images, and any words, phrases, images, or other designation that identifies the source or origin with any of Newbreak's creative work.
If you are another church or organization, do not modify or alter the marks or use them in a confusing way, including suggesting sponsorship or endorsement by Newbreak Church, or in a way that confuses Newbreak Church with another brand.
If you are a Newbreak Ministry, you have flexibility to associate your group with the church as long as you have the approval of Newbreak Creative.
Please note that many of our brand assets are available as downloadable files below so that you can easily use them as needed.
- Use newbreakchurch.org when promoting events on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
- Use #hashtags when mentioning Newbreak Church on Twitter, Instagram or Pinterest. Suggested pairings #newbreakchurch #newbreakcampusname or #newbreakministryname
- Check-into Facebook or post a status update and tag with "Newbreak Church" or "Newbreak".
- Use @newbreakchurch when mentioning Newbreak Church on Twitter or Instagram.
- Use words like Newbreak or Newbreak Church when creating a vanity URL for a ministry or related group page on the web.
- Review your posts to correct misspelled words, fragments, punctuation, or other grammatical errors.
- Adopt #hashtags that leave out the church name or are made up of several abbreviated characters.
- Launch a Newbreak Church social media account without given permission from a ministry leader or campus pastor first.
- Speak in first-person when posting to corporate accounts.