There are many Christian denominations and thousands of churches. This page shows, in alphabetical order, the emblems of the main church groups, most of which include the primary symbol of Christianity, the cross.
Amongst these emblems are common features that can help identify the denomination. The Keys of Heaven, for example, are associated with the Roman Catholic Church. Such associations are sometimes tenuous; the Vatican does not claim any copyright of crossed keys and anybody is free to use the same idea. (Be aware, however, that laws in most countries/regions treat misrepresentation seriously. Also, many of the emblems below and featured on this website are copyrighted by their respective churches.)
Some churches make the cross a dominant feature in their logo, some are inexplicably tiny, and others appear to disguise it. Several churches, even large Christian denominations, do not include a cross in their logo at all and these are listed separately. Some other church groups have no logo at all, as shown on a further page.
Whatever reason brought you to this page, we hope you find what you are looking for.
Waiver: Inclusion of an emblem on this page does not mean we endorse its church. The emblems include some often described as cults.