It’s not too late to get your free Christmas graphics for your church or store them in your Christmas design stocking for next year. Here are some really good examples and six free christmas photos that my team has put together.
When I started writing this post it was because I wanted to give some free photos at Christmas to the wider online church ministry sphere (see number seven). Then I saw a post on Church Marketing Sucks and decided to include a few more that I found online. The truth is these are seven sources, there are heaps more actual graphics on the sites themselves. Enjoy!
Christmas series bundle comes with the following:
1. Merry Christmas – English/Spanish
2. Welcome Church Slide – English
3. Background clean
Resolution: 1920 x 1080 px
2. Church Marketing Sucks
The team at Church Marketing Sucks, ably supported by LightStock have created a beautiful graphic for social media.
Simply sign up to Lightstock and download a sumptuous free photo. Their free video this month is also beautiful. Download here.
The team over at MonkDev and ekklesia360 have created a whole suite of free christmas Graphics. Download this pack of free .jpg and .psd files to help promote your Christmas services or events.
Graphics are specially designed for:
5. Church Media Design
They have quite a few free graphics available, but I’ve picked this one as a stand out. It is designed by Barton Damer who is a brilliant designer.
Have a look around or download here.
6. Open Resources
Lovely work here from the team at Open Resources and again it’s all free. Download here.
7. Crossway Church
Beautifully colour graded, without text there are twenty five beautiful photos to choose from. Free with love from us to you for your ministry. Download here.
In 2015 I will be sending many more brilliant free resources your way. Subscribe to receive the my blog posts below to get the news when they come in. They are well worth waiting for. I am in one conversation already that has an absolute stunning giveaway.
Oh and if you have used any, can you drop a comment below so we can know where and who they are helping. Merry Christmas!