Gammon Theological Seminary is a religion brand. Founded in 1883 by the Methodist Episcopal Church and with assistance from the Freedmen's Aid Society, today Gammon Theological Seminary is one of the 13 theological schools of the United Methodist Church. In 1869 -1870, Gammon was a department of religion and philosophy at Clark University. In 1958, Gammon became The United Methodist component of a consortium of six historical African-American theological schools at The Interdenominational Theological Center Atlanta, Georgia.
The faculty and administration of Gammon/ITC create an environment in which critical thinking, investigative reflection, decision making, and responsible action are fostered. Gammon honors and celebrates our founders day each December with lectures, a banquet and an alumni launching. This logo is a reminder of Gammon’s history, within the logo is Gammon’s Library from 1890.
Successful branding is about telling a story that will influence people to do better. Gammon’s history tells the story; we develop leaders and impact communities. This logo is a point of identification that we are hoping that people in the community will use to recognize our brand. As a religion brand, we want people to instantly connect the sight of the logo with the memories of Founders’ Day.
We hope that you join us this year for our 136th Founders' Day on December 3 & 4...