Church Capital Campaign Themes

Our sample church capital campaign themes are not to copy, (your capital campaign name may not match) but rather to give you and your team visual references for discussing / describing design ideas (and to get a consensus with key decision makers) in advance of giving us your input for the custom development of the campaign theme design. As is said, “a picture is worth a thousand words” and these capital campaign design references help our clients in ways that words alone cannot.

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Church Capital Campaign Themes | Marketing Materials | Brochures, Pledge Cards

Church Capital Campaign Logos & Background DesignsAfter you determine your capital campaign name (or title), the next step is the theme design process. In exploring ideas for your custom campaign’s

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