OUR LOGO AND ITS MEANING

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HERE IS THE SYMBOLISM IN OUR LOGO...

The colors on our logo are the colors of the Church Year. Blue for Advent, Purple for Lent, Green for Pentecost, Gold for Easter and the White in the circle for Christ Festivals.

The blue waves represent Baptism: the saving waters of Holy Baptism and one of God's "Visible Word" to us.

The purple wind reminds us of the "wind of the Spirit" - the working of the Holy Spirit among us.

The green leaves represent Christian growth AND the Holy Communion: the Bread and Wine used in the Sacrament are both gifts of the Earth that God has chosen to use.

The two LCMS crosses remind us of what we preach and teach together with the rest of the Lutheran Church - Missouri Synod. The two crosses remind us of Word & Sacrament Ministry in our congregation along with Faith & Works.

The golden sun reminds us of God who is Light and gives Life to us spiritually and physically in His Son who is the "Sun of Righteousness with Healing in His Wings."

All is contained in a circle that never ends reminding us of our eternal destiny with God through Christ our Lord.

The Logo was created in July 2016 by Pastor Wade E. Butler using InDesign and Photoshop. The copyright 2016 belongs to Martin Luther Chapel Church and Christian School.