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New Holy Trinity Logo

Holy Trinity’s new logo is here! Our previous logo, a circle of three figures united in a dance, was used to highlight the relational aspect of the Trinity and implemented in 2008 with permission from its artist who had created the image for a different purpose. Holy Trinity’s communication team, staff, and council have discussed the importance of having a logo created for our church and about our church. It was through many conversations that the ideas evolved and have been implemented. The circle, carried over from our original logo, represents the unity of God, You’ll see that it is still comprised of three portions, which signify the Holy Trinity--God as the Creator, Savior, and Spirit. It represents our congregation’s mission to Love Christ, Live Christ, and Share Christ. The colors, which coincide with our website themes, represent baptism, spiritual growth, and the earth which God entrusted to us. Our hope is that the image stirs in you the spirit of wisdom and understanding, the spirit of counsel and might, the spirit of knowledge and the fear of the Lord, the spirit of joy in God’s presence, now and forever. (Isaiah 11:2) From a technical standpoint, a logo should be simple, recognizable, and versatile. We are grateful for the support from our communications team and for their dedication to finding a meaningful representation of Holy Trinity and passing it to those who could capture it. Thank you to member Matt Hibbard for sketching our words into visuals and to Tara Ellison, member and graphic designer, who skillfully created our final images. Look for opportunities to purchase new Holy Trinity clothing and other items in the near future.


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