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Resources for you to use

Here are some great resources for you and your church to use for free.

Posters

Church posters – add your own text!
National bus stop posters (3 posters in this PDF)

Radio commercials

Radio commercials

Web banners

Web banners – for posting on Twitter or Facebook, or for blogging and email

Logo

Christmas Starts with Christ logo
Guidelines for how to use the logo

Church publicity

Help Save Christmas leaflet

Three of our previous posters

GodBaby
Baby scan Jesus
Bus shelter nativity

Branded resources

CPO has a range of posters, cards, banners, service invites, gift tags, wrapping paper and Christmas Starts with Christ merchandise carrying the new logo. Go here to purchase.

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Real Advent Calendar

The Real Advent Calendar is a new and fun way to share the Christmas story for the whole of Advent. Behind each window there is a Fairtrade chocolate star and a line from the Christmas story. Behind the last window is chocolate star and a 24-page copy of the Christmas story to keep. Find out more here.

More than just cards…

Traidcraft has a range of religious cards and fairly traded goods which will allow your church to talk about faith, justice and the meaning of Christmas. Find out more here.

Christmas Starts Sunday

What is Christmas Starts Sunday?
How to celebrate Christmas Starts Sunday
Christmas Starts Sunday poster


Photo of Arun Arora“Churches do a huge amount to carry the Christmas story into their local communities, through word and deed. Christmas Starts With Christ uses a common logo to ‘join the dots’ of these activities and project a powerful message to our nation that the reason for the season is the birth of Jesus.” Arun Arora, Director of Communications, Church of England

 
 
 
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