Happy 30th Anniversary MCC Portland

Today the Metropolitan Community Church of Portland is celebrating 30 years of welcoming gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgendered and straight worshipers to its services. In that time it has grown from a congregation of 12 in 1976 to a membership of over 300 members who now regularly meet in their Arts and Crafts-inspired church in Northeast Portland. Both Just Out and The Oregonian have recently published great feature stories on the church, its history and the congregation.

At various times over the years MCC Portland has been a client of mine. Back in 1995 I was hired to created the logo for the church's capital campaign and the center of that design - featuring an illustration of the building's steeple - has been used as an identity since then. In addition to designing past church brochures, ads, and flyers, I also created logos used to promote Esther's Pantry - which since 1985 has been providing food and personal care items to those living with AIDS.

Happy 30th anniversary to MCC Portland - a very valuable resource to the local community.

© 2006 Jeff Fisher LogoMotives

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