logo is used to identify the church. It's design tells a
story. People sometimes ask what the logo means
or stands for.
The graduated blue background
illustrates the immenseness of the
universe, but also eternity itself.
The three spheres depict
self existance in
the immenseness of eternity, not
limited to the Earth, but are ever
present and close
to the Earth, looking over and caring for it.
Each sphere is it's own entity
the same image as the other spheres. The
round sphere is to the forefront, revealed
if you like
to the world. The other two spheres backup and
support the round sphere.
These two spheres are not seen
by the world. The gold of the
spheres represents everlasting existence
and highest quality, therefore
authority, power and glory. As they are in
the realm of eternity, it is in the heart
of humanity to
seek out and worship them. The round sphere
speaks of Jesus
the Son of God revealed to us.
The other two spheres speak of God
our Father and the Holy Spirit of God. The
words "Jesus" and "Truth", stand out clearly,
thus showing what
the message is and the level of importance they hold.
The very close proximity of these
words in the design
of the logo,to the spheres, show that the
eternity image is in agreement
with these words "Jesus Truth" and
that the image actually authorises
and promotes the message of these words.
When Jesus was transfigured
on the mount and the voice of the
Father was heard, he said, "This is my beloved Son, hear
God's promises exceed the world's