St. Joseph the Worker is having a Block Party event in September. I used Illustrator to create a logo for the event and used InDesign to create a graphic and flyer advertising the event to the audience. Block Party FlyerDownload
Because of Covid-19, St. Joseph the Worker is having a scaled-down version of its parish festival. I created an identity for the parish festival that highlights the unique nature of it in this unique time while also maintaining a sense of fun.
I created a new series of blog posts on the St. Joseph the Worker website that highlight five important bits of news parishioners should keep in mind going into the week. I also designed graphics to accompany the posts. You can view the posts here.
St. Joseph the Worker has begun live streaming Sunday Mass. To announce this to the parish, I designed a logo for the new service and created a series of Facebook posts to promote it. This generated a great deal of excitement among parishioners.
St. Joseph the Worker found out a week in advance that the next pastor was going to be someone different than who was originally announced. I coupled a series of blog posts written by the involved priests with accompanying graphics. The graphics are below. Here are the blog posts: Post #1 Post #2 Post #3
As the pandemic continues, SJTW parish continues to look for new ways to connect with parishioners. We created a Facebook group for parishioners to stay in contact with each other and the parish. I designed this graphic to accompany the announcement of the group's creation.
SJTW does preaching series where the parish spends a few weeks doing a deep dive into a certain topic and the sermons all follow a theme chosen by a team. The theme for Easter 2020 is “Now What?” I designed this image and logo for the series. This image will be shared online and on the screens in the church and serves as the identity for the theme to help parishioners connect the messages together. I also wrote the below paragraph to introduce the theme to parishioners and visitors. “Now What?”We ask ourselves that a lot, especially now with COVID-19. “What am I supposed to do? What’s going to happen to my family? Now what?” It’s the same question Jesus’ followers asked after He rose from the dead. “What do we…