I'm working on a new website for a local theatre group I'm involved with.
It's still an early working draft - the "shows" and "concerts" sections, for example, aren't yet there and there are will be spelling and gramatical problems (and, yes, there are a lot of ALT tags currently missing!). Oh, and I know there are spacing lines missing when viewing in Firefox - I've already fixed those but haven't, as yet, uploaded the changes.
I think your site looks nice. I have a couple of minor suggestions for sprucing it up though:
1. Due to the fact that both your background and main div are white, it would be nice to add a little bit of contrast here. This page: http://wordpress.org/ uses a repeating background image with a graident to seperate the main div from the background very nicely. Just right click on the background image... it gives it self away.
2. I think that adding a 1px black border around the jesus image would make the image stand out a little more.
3. Tables are bad for layout. you should use css instead.
i dont know which one is worst, get a more darker or more involved colour scheme
Which what is worse?
I don't understand what you mean about the colour scheme - you say to make it darker or more "involved" (by that I interpret "more colourful") which sounds like both ends of the spectrum. Or is that what you're saying - it's too pastel? A neutral scheme is what I've been going for and is, apparantly, very readable by those with colour-vision problems.
I went with a completely different look for the logo, and took all of about three seconds to create it. Two seconds being me trying to find a font I liked. I'm not sure why my image is so much larger file size wise than yours since mine is smaller in width/height, but mine looks better too. EDIT: Ok, so my image is wider. I could easily make it less wide and thus even shorter.