Mission20's logo was meant to be simple, aesthetically pleasing, and able to be recognizable easily in order to gain as much exposure in our region as quickly as we could.
The dots come from Mission20's flagship program: Doorstep:GO. Doorstep:GO used to be called Doorstep.GO (dot-go), which was something that just stuck. As time went on, the dot became a popular part of Mission20's brand, and so we continued to use the dots as part of the logo and branding.
In the full-size Mission20 Logo, the dot sitting over the "S's" act as a bridge between the other dots, creating another M. The dot also acts as a reference towards bridging a gap or creating a pathway towards change and growth.
Mission20 is intertwined into our DNA, with Scott being a founding member of the organisation. Because of our symbiotic relationship with Mission20 (as well as City Centre Church), we aim to support Mission20 for years to come.