Missionary Tag - blank

Blank LDS missionary tag.

Church members have been counseled to not have children pretend
to receive callings as full-time missionaries or wear pretend missionary
name tags.
(Friend, October 1999)

Please use this clipart for display or teaching purposes only - Jenny

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Black & White

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GIF - GIF Image

Print Dimensions: 

8.5 x 11 inches (US letter)

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1 page

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1 handout per page

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7 Comments

Anonymous's picture

My school is writing a

My school is writing a religious play and we are thinking about putting Mormons in it, so I said I would research and look for name tags online so this is very helpful! Thank you.

Anita Waldon's picture

I am using this clip art for

I am using this clip art for my Valiant 8 primary class to teach them about being missionary's and sharing their testimonies.
Thank you for your site, it is wonderful and I appreciate your hard work. I will be sure to share it with others.

Sincerely,
Sister Waldon

Patricia Doiron's picture

Would you happen to know what

Would you happen to know what is the font used? My son received a new scripture bag from his Sunbeam teacher for Christmas that has a slot to insert a name tag so I was planning to make him an Elder tag with the CTR logo on it as well but would like to be able to match the font as close as possible to make it look correct.

Jenny Smith's picture

The Church uses a special

The Church uses a special typeface created just for their use. This isn't the official logo by any stretch.

Creating a version of the Church's logo for use on items is now prohibited in the new handbook. In fact, using a handmade version of Church's logo on items -- even quasi-official things like the weekly programs -- is prohibited in the new handbook.

"Church Name and Logotype

The Church’s name and logotype are key Church identifiers. They are registered as trademarks or are otherwise legally protected worldwide. They should be used only according to the following guidelines.

Local units may use the written name of the Church (not the logotype) when all of the following conditions are met:

1. The activity or function with which the name is associated is officially sponsored by the unit (for example, a sacrament meeting program).
2. The name of the local unit is used as a prelude to the name of the Church (for example, Canyon View Ward of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints).
3. The typeface does not imitate or resemble the official Church logotype.

The Church’s official logotype (see the front cover of this handbook) is to be used only for items approved by the Correlation Department at Church headquarters. Examples of these items are:

1. Official Church publications and stationery.
2. Missionary name tags.
3. Meetinghouse exterior signs.

The logotype may not be used as a decorative element or a computer screen saver. Nor may it be used in any personal, commercial, or promotional way, such as on family history books, T-shirts, buttons, or banners. Questions may be directed to:

Intellectual Property Office 50 East North Temple Street, Room 1888 Salt Lake City, UT 84150-0018 Telephone: 1-801-240-3959 or 1-800-453-3860, extension 2-3959 Fax: 1-801-240-1187 E-mail: [email protected]" (CHI, 21.1.10

Mandi's picture

I'd like to find the actual

I'd like to find the actual article that says, "Church members have been counseled to not have children pretend to receive callings as full-time missionaries or wear pretend missionary
name tags.
(Friend, October 1999)."  I've looked it up in the cited works and am not finding it. I am confused because Lesson 24 of the Primary 3: Choose the Right B Lesson Manual instructs me to make missionary name tags and place them on each classmember.