Branding Guidelines

On this page, you’ll find an overview of our branding guidelines as well assets such as logos and colours. This covers all aspects of Reflect Church including photography, social media and print design.

An introduction to branding

A brand is not about looking cool. Nor is it about presenting ourselves to be something we are not. A brand is about the feeling people have about us when we come to mind. Naturally we want this to be positive, consistent and genuine. But we also want it to be specific.

Bland and generic gets lost in a sea of mediocrity. We are a unique church with a unique calling and unique people. So why wouldn’t we present ourselves in a unique way?

The photos we take. The spaces we inhabit. The messages we send. The projects we undertake. These are all part of the myriad of touch points that make up our brand.

Understanding our brand

The look

Visually we embody contrast and texture. We always bring an alternative expression whether salt in the city, light in the darkness or truth amidst lies. There is a certain grit and raw energy that we bring that is balanced with gentleness and kindness.

The feel

We refresh whilst others drain. We set free rather than burden. There is a beauty in the ordinary and the simplicity. There is a lightness that transforms heaviness. We elevate people’s imagination through beautiful expression and creative work.

The colours







The icon

The infinity icon is the perfect expression of Reflect Church. It signifies the eternal nature of God, the timeless relevance of his church with a beautifully symmetrical and simple design.

In the right hands, this icon can also be creatively interpreted through different mediums (such as paint strokes, light projections etc) to create necessary contrast.

The fonts

Our primary font is Proxima Nova with a tracking of -20. But Garamond Italic can also be used to add further contrast.

The photography

Photos and videos are to achieve a certain vintage faded aesthetic. This is accomplished with light desaturation (90%), rolling off the lowest blacks and highest whites through curves, a warm shift towards yellow in temperature and added noise/sharpness.

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Reflect Church is committed to Safer Recruiting and complies with National Safer Recruitment Procedures and relevant legislation to ensure a consistent and thorough recruitment process. Check out our current vacancies below.

Current vacancies

Spark Kids worker

Youth worker

How to apply

Job application form

Don’t see a job that suits you?

We’re always on the lookout for great people to join our team. If you’re interested in working with us then reach out at .



If you think a child or adult is in immediate danger or a crime has been committed, you should call the police on 999.

Reflect Church is committed to creating a safe environment for children and adults to connect into community, transform into the image of Christ and influence the world.

Use the links below to read our safeguarding policies as well as relevant contact details for any safeguarding concerns.

Safeguarding Adults Policy

Safeguarding contacts

Our Designated Safeguarding Officer is the first person to speak to if you have any concerns around the welfare of a child or vulnerable adult. Their details can be found below.

Designated Safeguarding Officer
Anna Roberts | 07814831520

External safeguarding contacts

An Independent Christian Safeguarding Charity which provides a confidential helpline.
0845 120 4550
Monday to Friday 09:00 – 17:00 (outside office hours for urgent advice only)

Newham LADO
Nick Pratt or Alex Mihu on:
Telephone: 0203 3733803 / 0203 3736706

Newham Child Protection
020 3373 4600 (9am – 5.15pm)
020 8430 2000 (other times)

Wandsworth LADO

LADO Anita Gibbons – 07974 586 461
Interim LADO Alice Peatling

Wandsworth Multi-Agency Safeguarding Hub (MASH)

0208 871 6622

Freephone 0800 1111

Freephone 0800 800 5000

Dream Builders

Dream Builders

We wanted to create an opportunity as we finish this series to build an altar to honour and acknowledge God’s grace and goodness. Click the button below to make an offering.

Our vision for 2023 is to launch weekly services in the Docklands & Balham on Sunday 8th January 2023.We want to continue to invest in our staff team as well as resource the future by creating training resources that empower the next generation of leaders and teams.

The present (September 2022)

We want to express our deepest gratitude to the wonderful people who continue to give so faithfully to the present reality of C3 Reflect.


Regular givers


Average monthly gift


Average income (including Gift Aid)

"Therefore do not be anxious about tomorrow, for tomorrow will be anxious for itself. Sufficient for the day is its own trouble." - Jesus

The future (January 2023)

As we increase our cost of facilities to accommodate weekly services across two locations, our monthly expenditure increases to £10,045.

Adding at least 10 monthly givers would enable us to head into the new season of 2023 with a healthy strength and momentum.

Build an altar

At the end of our Dream Builders series, we wanted to create an opportunity to thank God for all he has done and acknowledge his goodness in our future. To give an offering, use the button below.

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Church In Balham, South West London

Unplugged church in Balham in South West London

We are a small and intimate Christian church full of young adults in Balham. Whether you’ve known Jesus forever or you’re exploring faith, we’d love to have you with us.

We meet at Endlesham Hall in Balham

Our Balham location is super chilled, unplugged and cosy. We usually set the chairs up in a circle which makes for a great coffee vibe too. There’s just a handful of us but it does make it easy to get to know people and create deep connections. We have a time of worship and preaching from the Bible. You’re invited!


Endlesham Hall
48 Endlesham Rd
SW12 8JL


A short walk from Balham underground on the Northern line. Free parking is available on street (please always check the signs).

Service times

Sundays at 5pm
Note: we do NOT have an Easter service in Balham this Sunday 31st March as we’ll be joining with the Docklands location.

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Church In The Docklands, East London

Church is a vibe in the Docklands, East London

We are an energetic Christian church packed full of families and young adults in the Royal Docks area. Expect lively worship with an electric sound, space for the Holy Spirit and not very much liturgy. We love the Bible though – come and say hi!

Enjoy our very own church space in the Royal Docks

Join us in our very own building for church every single Sunday at 10am. Our services are lively and full of plenty of creativity and expression with live worship, preaching from the Bible, ministry time and a lot of hangs. They last approx 1 hour 30 mins. We also have a fantastic Spark Kids programme for all 2-10s which happens upstairs. Our kids team are DBS checked and fully trained.


Unit 53B
North Woolwich Road
E16 2AA


A short walk from Canning Town (Jubilee) as well as a stones throw from Royal Victoria (DLR), the Emirates & Elizabeth lines.

Free parking can be found directly on street but be sure to double check the signs.

Service times

Sundays at 10am. (Arrive from 9:30am for a brew).

Hello parents!

Families are super important to us at Reflect Church and we love having so many young people as a part of church life in the Docklands. We’re passionate about helping everyone connect to Jesus, no matter how old they are – there’s plenty happening for parents, children & youth throughout.

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Got questions about faith, life or church? We’ll do our best to answer them here as we keep updating this page.

Community Guidelines

Community Guidelines

Community is incredibly important to us and we want to make sure that every online space that Reflect Church occupies is full of fun, family & faith all round.

Here’s what that looks like to us.

  1. Interactive. If you’ve got time to read a message then you’ve got time to reply quickly. You don’t need to be online 24/7 but it’s a good thing to keep community alive and popping.
  2. Bantersome. We don’t take ourselves too seriously. Memes are not only appreciated but compulsory.
  3. Kind. Let’s always keep our speech sweet, gentle & full of self-control.
  4. Appropriate. Not every pastoral need should be shared with the group. You can always pick up the phone too.
  5. Valuable. Our spaces are not the place to plug products, events or strange YouTube teachings without invitation.

Thank you for adhering to our community guidelines!


Discipleship at Reflect Church

Influencers is the discipleship framework of Reflect Church designed to help every person connect into community, transform into the image of Christ and influence their world.

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Joining Influencers requires recommendation from two existing members.

Why Influencers?

A vision to pursue

Creating a clear biblical target to aim for in life makes it easier to truly follow Jesus. And with so many voices and perspectives available today, if we’re not deliberate about the direction of our lives, it’s easy to get lost on the way.

A commitment to uphold

Whether you stay in the area long-term or we have the opportunity to send and bless you into your next season, we’ve deliberately crafted this framework to work wherever you end up. Following Jesus isn’t just for a few months, it’s a lifelong commitment.

A journey to navigate

Following Jesus is a journey and we know that we often do it imperfectly. Becoming an Influencer is not about perfectionism and legalism but by the grace of God continuing on a journey of being perfected.

What are the benefits of becoming an Influencer?

God honours bold decisions. And maybe also good decisions in general. Making the decision to actively engage in following Jesus in the context of community is spiritually powerful and will open up your future. You can also expect the following.

Behind The Scenes

You will get exclusive access to our monthly Influencers BTS meetings with special guest speakers, leadership input, prayer and prophecy.

Community Strength

Iron sharpens iron and you’ll be connected to a strong and kind community of people who are serious about following Jesus with access to our Influencers WhatsApp Group Chat.

Pastoral Focus

Becoming an Influencer is a sign that you desire discipleship and will open up personal input from Ps Sats & the team.

A Seat at the Table

You will have the opportunity to engage deeper in the heart of all we do at Reflect Church with opportunities available for training and practical involvement.

Who can become an Influencer?

The Influencers Discipleship Framework is available to every person who calls Reflect Church their home and considers themselves a follower of Jesus.

Practically we will ask you in good conscience to do the following:

  1. Commit to and value the Nine Elements of Influence
  2. Agree with our Statements of Belief

We require new members to be recommended by two existing members. Inactive members may also have their membership revoked.

Connect Into Community
Transform Into the Image of Christ
Influence Your World

The Nine Elements of Influence

Become an Influencer

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Calendar of events

There's plenty happening at Reflect Church

Church is not just a place we get to know people. It’s also a place where we experience what it means to be known. To stay in the loop, you can subscribe to our calendar or view a web-only version by using the buttons below.

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Parenting For Faith

The Parenting For Faith course is full of practical wisdom on how to lead your children into real relationship with God.

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Dinner Parties

Dinner Parties are all about helping you discover new friendships, genuine community and growing your faith over a delicious meal.

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Church Lunch

Stick around after the 10am Sunday service in the Docklands for a delicious bring & share lunch (3rd Mar, 7th Jul, 3rd Nov)

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Baptism Sunday

We’ll be baptising some wonderful people on Sunday 10th March. Would you like to get baptised? Just click below to let us know.

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