You can help promote the General Assembly in your congregation and community
We’ve put together some starter resources for your use. As the General Assembly approaches more resources will be made available. If you can’t find what you’re looking for, feel free to contact us.
Use fifth Sundays for promotion!
Add to your calendar:
March 31, 2019
Worship materials and bulletin/newsletter textDownload in Word | Download PDF Download General Assembly poster
The Theme: “Abide in Me”
Use the “Abide in Me” theme (John 15:1-5) during worship, particularly communion:
Run this PowerPoint slide deck prior to worship.
Newsletters and Bulletins
In the newsletter and bulletins leading up to the fifth Sunday:
- encourage members to wear red or their chalice gear. (If you don’t have Disciple gear, your congregation can order shirts online and 10% of the price will benefit Disciples Mission Fund.
- highlight a feature of the General Assembly (worship, learning, etc.).
- highlight a general ministry that is connected with your congregation.
Take a congregational “selfie” and post on social media with #Abide2019.
Graphics and Logo
- When incorporating the logo in your marketing pieces make certain the translations and scriptural reference are always accompanying the “Abide” text.
Color Schemes and Usage
- C=0, M=20, Y=80, K=0
- R=255, G=204, B=51
- Hex #FFCC33
- Pantone uncoated: 7549U
- C=75, M=38, Y=80, K=26
- R=47, G=117, B=38
- Hex #2F7526
- Pantone uncoated: 2427U
- C=90, M=70, Y=0, K=0
- R=42, G=92, B=170
- Hex #2a5caa
- Pantone uncoated: 2175U
- C=45, M=80, Y=65, K=55
- R=85, G=40, B=44
- Hex #55282c
- Pantone: 7448c
Video and Presentation Material
This 37-second teaser video announces the dates for the 2019 General Assembly. Download the file and play it in your worship during a General Assembly promotion Sunday! (Watch the video at the top of this page.)Download this video
Do you run an announcements scroll before and/or after your worship services? Consider adding one of these images to the mix! We provide something for high definition (16:9) and standard definition (4:3) screens.